So some of you must have some real horror stories about genes you discovered you had which can lead to various illnesses?
I found out that I have a ~43% (7% for average person) chance of getting diagnosed with Alzheimer's between ages 50-79. This is because I am one of the 1.7% of people who have two copies of the APOE ε4 variant (whatever that is lol). But the 23andme page for this also said, "Most people who develop Alzheimer's are diagnosed after age 80," so I am pretty buggered.
I am only in my mid 20s now so it is a few decades away yet and I have plenty of time to save for my trip to Dignitas.