So far what has fasinated me the most is that the type of cancer my grandmother had isn't hereditary. :) A lot of information is on the internet but not a lot of info o the type of cancer she had about it being hereditary. A lot of the symptoms are common sense skin cancer symptoms. However I am still going to follow the prevention methods even if it isn't hereditary.
My paper is about cancer running through the family. I am always worried it will be past down either to my parents or my sister and I. My grandmother had cancer and survived from it but it made her very ill and was very lucky to have lived. What worries me the most is seeing people suffering and dieing from cancer. I want to het more information on this topic and see how likely it is that it will be past down.
Sadie McCool's insight:
The audience is anyone else who has a family member who has had cancer and either survived or lost the battle. The purpose is to inform other people on the topic and give them the information I have learned.
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