A small number of neurological conditions have a strong genetic or inherited component. These conditions include Huntington disease, frontotemperal dementia and motor neuron disease, amongst others. If an affected family member has tested positive to one of these conditions and you would like to meet to discuss the potential benefits of testing, why not make an appointment. In our experience most people only make an appointment once they have decided to have testing. However, it is perfectly okay to arrange an appointment to discuss the pros and cons of testing without there being an obligation to have testing. Instead of making a decision against testing based on misinformation, why not make an appointment to discuss the logistics and implications of testing, then you can make an informed decision with how to proceed.