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Genetic testing reveals that a client has a heterozygous mutation in a gene related to cancer development. The client is 60 years old and has not developed cancer. How should the nurse interpret this situation?

▸ The client will likely develop cancer if he or she lives long enough.

▸ The mutation was not strong enough to increase cancer risk.

▸ A second, random mutation has not occurred.

▸ The client will likely remain cancer free.
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