Keep the family DNA
The DNA of each individual determines to a large extent how he has been, how he is and even how his health can be. Given that a large part of the information found in the DNA is shared among family members, the fact that we have access to our relatives and their medical history can help us and our descendants to know the risk of developing a pathology. frequent in our family.
For some pathologies, the areas of DNA that must be studied to assess the risk of suffering from it are very well identified. For others, intensive research is being carried out and it is likely that scientific advances allow us to identify them in the coming years.