The price of DNA testing to see if we are genetically more likely to develop certain health complications is dropping, but the benefits are still out of reach for many who can't afford it. One area hospital is now offering the tests free of charge to help patients better prepare for the health risks ahead. CBS 2 Morning Insider Vince Gerasole took the test and shares the changes he now has to make in his life.

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