Knowing that you have an increased chance to develop hereditary cancer (cancer that runs in families), or deciding whether to have genetic testing for hereditary cancer, can be stressful. In this recent Mass General Blum Center presentation, April Hirschberg, MD, of the Department of Psychiatry, discusses how stress awareness, healthy lifestyle behaviors and mind-body interventions can promote your well-being. She also introduces programs that are designed to help unaffected carriers—people who have been identified as having an increased cancer risk but have not been diagnosed.