Cancer genetics - how cancer sometimes runs in families

Published: 01 September 2018

In this video, Lesley speaks about how she was worried about getting cancer when her sister was diagnosed with breast cancer. Katie Snape, Consultant Cancer Geneticist, explains how cancer can run in families.

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