I would like to comment on this subject. My youngest son has a neurological disorder and when he went to the neurologist they didn't just ask about his medical history but also mine, my husband, my parents and his parents also our siblings, our nieces and nephews. It went as far back as mine and my husband's grandparents. This is very important information that they can use for helping diagnoses his condition. If I didn't have that information then it would have been harder for the doctors to do their job. All parents should have this information for them and for their children. Even when went to the doctor they asked about disabilities and medical information. What if cancer runs in the family that is something that would be good to know? So they can be on the extra look out for the signs. The sooner you find it the sooner you can get the medical help you need but if you don't know it runs in the family when you do find out about the cancer it sadly could be to late.
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