Kyle Koeppel on Her Future with Lynch Syndrome

After her mother died at age 38 of colon cancer, Kyle thought she would end up dying at the same age. However, now that she knows she has lynch syndrome, she is able actively monitor her risk for different cancers.

Because finding out about her Lynch syndrome allows her to be proactive, Kyle says, “In the most positive way, it makes me feel like I have a long future and that I am going to live a long happy life.” However, there are a lot of things she still has to worry about, including when to have children.

“I will have kids when the rest of my life is in order and when it is time and not when and because of fear of cancer.”

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