Living with Lynch Syndrome: One Woman’s Story

When Kerry Evers’ cousin with colon cancer learned he had inherited a mutation in one of these genes (MLH1), he recommended everyone in the family undergo genetic testing. After testing, Evers confirmed that she too had the MLH1 gene mutation. A decade later, Evers still does not have cancer—but thanks to ongoing care from her team, now situated within the new Lynch Syndrome Center at Dana-Farber, she understands her situation and her options.

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