Overall, genetic information associated with hereditary colorectal cancer has a great deal of clinical utility.
The effectiveness of available interventions
Patients who are at-risk for this condition can be identified through family history and medical interventions are available.
The social consequences of genetic information
Genetic counselling and other support should be integrated into the assessment of rare conditions leading to high lifetime risk, to deal with the many social implications associated with genetic information for this condition.
The economic implications
Medical interventions, such as colonoscopies, are cost-effective
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