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Learn how to chart your family cancer history to know if you are at risk!​

Family members share the same genes. You cannot change your genetic makeup. Knowing your family history can help manage your long-term wellness.

Today it is estimated that 5 to 10 percent of all cancers are genetically related. (75) To assist the medical team in evaluating you and deciding which tests and screenings you should have and at what age to start, it is essential that they know your biological family cancer history. An interactive chart is provided below to record the information. Therefore, it is suggested that you chart your family cancer history using the interactive chart provided below to record the information and give it to your medical team and share it with all your family members.

Get to know your family history

Going over your family medical history can help you understand your cancer risk and can even help you beat the disease. Get to know your history today!

Click here for a printable version of the Family Cancer History Chart.

Help your medical team in evaluating you. Download the Biological Family Cancer History Chart and start charting your family cancer history today!

Act Now!
  1. Make an appointment with primary doctor to discuss completed chart

  2. Distribute completed Chart to other family members

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Be an advocate in reducing death from cancer. Make your family and friends aware of information and methods available to spot cancer early.

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