After my mother's sister was diagnosed with cancer, all of the siblings were

After my mother's sister was diagnosed with cancer, all of the siblings were

After my mother's sister was diagnosed with cancer, all of the siblings were urged to be genetically tested for the cancer-causing gene. Sadly, my mother possesses that gene. She urged my siblings and me to be tested as well; however, due to personal convictions and leanings towards absurdism and fatalism, I don't think I want to be tested. My sisters' reply to this range from acceptance to curiosity to anger. Should I be tested and make them happy or accept that whatever is going to happen will happen?

Read another response by Michael Cholbi
Read another response about Medicine, Ethics