“The blood test shows a genetic mutation at MLH1. You have Lynch.” The words were spoken by my genetic counselor the minute I sat in my chair should have hit me harder, but I only felt numb. I glanced at my closest friend, the person they had insisted go with me to the appointment, and watched as tears filled her eyes. I glanced back at the genetic counselor and the …
Post Author: Kerry E. Evers, PhD
Kerry E. Evers is a psychologist.
Subscribe to KevinMD and never miss a story!
Get free updates delivered free to your inbox.