It’s another busy clinic day and you are swamped. You walk into what should be a fairly routine consult, and that patient pulls out his iPad and shows you the result of his direct-to-consumer (DTC) genetic test results from 23andMe. He announces that he carries a mutation in MUTYH. He also downloaded his raw data, ran it through a third-party interpretation service, and has 3 single nucleotide polymorphisms that he would like to discuss with you. What do you do?
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