Virtua Questionnaire: Could You Have a Genetic Cancer Risk?

Questionnaire: Could You Have a Genetic Cancer Risk?

While 90 percent of cancer cases happen due to lifestyle, environmental or aging factors, 5 to 10 percent of cancers are passed down from generation to generation. If you or your family members have been diagnosed with colon, breast, ovarian or uterine cancer, you could be at increased risk for developing these cancers.

Does cancer run in your family? How do I know if I am at increased risk?

Take the following risk-factor questionnaire, which may identify a few indicators that could increase your risk for colon, breast, ovarian or uterine cancer.

Updated May 3, 2017

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