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Read the risk factors listed along the top of the chart. For any factor that applies to you, put a check in every unshaded box in its column. For the family history column, note any family member who has had the type of cancer listed at the left--record his or her relationship to you (uncle, brother, etc.) and age at diagnosis.
To determine your risk for a particular type of cancer, examine the number of corresponding risk factors you've checked. Strong family history may also increase your risk--the more relatives who have had a particular type of cancer, the closer their relationship to you, and the younger their age at diagnosis, the greater your risk. Prepare a