If you are thinking about getting DNA testing done for cancer, you will want to know what steps to take should the test result be positive. Taking these steps can help significantly reduce the chance of cancer or at least guarantee that you catch it early should it ever begin to develop. Here are those five steps you should be taking:
By following these five steps, you can help to prevent a major tragedy in your family and ensure that you continue to stay healthy and happy for a long time to come.Share
25 May 2015
Hello! My name is Tully Reed. My husband and I have four children ages four, seven, nine, and twelve years old. Three of our children are boys, and we have one girl. As you might imagine, we have had our share of cuts, bruises, scrapes and falls. We've had fractures and concussions. We've had mishaps that have landed us in the doctor’s office, emergency room, and urgent care facility. My purpose for writing this is to share our experiences with emergency care. There have been times we ran a child to the doctor only to find out we needed to be at the hospital emergency room. We've not made use of our local urgent care facility when it may have been the best option. I hope that our experiences and lessons will be of help to you!