In a medical exam room at Boston’s Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Dr. Robert C. Green goes over a menu of DNA tests with a new patient.
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“So based on your physical examination, your medical history and your family history, you don’t really need genetic testing,” he advises her. “But if you want to look at some of the options for predictive genetic testing and possible preventive care, we’ve got a couple of options for you.”