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BY Laura Prus

Kate Saunders noticed several years ago that when it came to her family, a history repeated itself. A history of cancer, that is. Multiple family members had been diagnosed with cancer, several at a young age.

After extensive research, Saunders discovered that her family's cancer history was a result of Lynch syndrome, an inherited tendency to develop colorectal, endometrial and other cancers.

Learning about Lynch syndrome...

BY MD Anderson

Genetics and family history often play a large role in one's health. People affected by Lynch syndrome, an inherited tendency to develop certain...