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If several of your relatives have had cancer, you and your children may
face an increased risk of getting the same disease. Knowing your family
history can make a difference in preventing cancer.
About 5-10% of all cancers are inherited, meaning that mutations in
specific genes are passed from one blood relative to another. Genetic
testing can determine your family history and cancer risk.
There are several known inherited syndromes that can greatly increase
the risk for certain kinds of cancer.
Your gift will help make a tremendous difference.
Giving blood and platelets provides hope for cancer patients who
depend on the generosity of donors like you.
Change the lives of cancer patients by giving your time and talent.