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Three Stars Shine Through the Cloud of Cancer Risk

Read time: 6 minutes

When Bryce Thompson discovered he had Li-Fraumeni syndrome, a genetic condition that increased his risk of getting cancer, he immediately thought of his children. With the help of genetic counselors, Bryce and his wife Jenni worked with reproductive specialists to do preimplantation genetic screening, ensuring triplets Davin, Creed, and Sage did not have the gene mutation. Now, all three are NCAA All-Americans.

Thompson Triplets

Cancer touches all of us.