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Some physicians and health policy analysts question whether such genetic information is necessary to provide good primary care — or feasible for many primary care physicians. (Image: Shutterstock)

If you have a genetic mutation that increases your risk for a treatable medical condition, would you want to know? For many people the answer is yes. But such information is not commonly part of routine primary care.

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