Since the first cancer causing gene was discovered in 1970 there have been significant discoveries in the field of genetics and cancer, especially in the last few years. Underwriting cancer cases is difficult and reviewing some of the principles and concepts involved in the genetics of cancer is helpful. This presentation is designed to answer some common questions underwriters have regarding hereditary and nonhereditary cancer cases. Do most cancers have genetic mutations? Are most cancers hereditary? Are there effective ways to prevent the development of cancer once genetic alterations are discovered? Unfortunately cancer can develop when good genes go bad.
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