Colleen shares why she recommends genetic testing to see if people are at risk for ovarian cancer.
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I think what is important to for women and for researches as well is that women go through the genetic counseling. I have four daughters and I went to the genetic counseling and I keep my genetic counseling – my genetic counseling came back negative for the bracket1 and bracket 2. And which we relieve about it, because it means that I’m less of a candidate for getting breast cancer. But mi did the genetic counseling mainly for my daughter so that they would know. They would be prepared if I was positive for the bracket 1 and bracket 2.