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AMT Mutation was posted 12/02/2017 01:16 pm by David
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Hi, there was a genetic testing sale going on through Life Extension and decided to take the cancer risk test through cellmax. Everything was negative except for a mutation of the ATM gene. The report lists the following: c.5932G>T, NM_000051.3.

The results say there is an elevated risk for pancreas cancer, with a general risk of 1% to age 80. I am a healthy 54 year old white male, never had cancer with no family history of pancreatic cancer.

Any advice would great. I found this site because I thought I would see if there was any early warning screening tests for pancreatice cancer and if that is something I should pursue.

Dave

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