- Statement from the Smilow Cancer Genetics and Prevention Program regarding 23andMe Testing
- Are You a Candidate for Cancer Genetic Counseling?
- Breast Reconstruction Resources
- Clinical Features and Screening/Risk Reduction Recommendations for FAP and MAP
- Do patients need genetic counseling by a certified provider?
- Fertility Concerns for Cancer Survivors
- Genetics of Hereditary Breast and Ovarian Cancer
- Genetics of Hereditary Colon, Uterine and Ovarian Cancer (Lynch Syndrome)
- Gynecologic Cancer and Surgical Decision-Making in BRCA1 and BRCA2 Carriers
- Hereditary Pancreatic Cancer
- Hormone use in BRCA1 and BRCA2 Mutation Carriers
- Information about Variants of Uncertain Significance
- Insurance Concerns - Genetic Testing and Discrimination
- Lynch Syndrome Management and Recommendations
- Male BRCA Screening
- Modifiable Cancer Risks
Operative and Pathologic Protocol for Prophylactic Bilateral Salpingo-Oophorectomy (BSO) in BRCA Carriers
- Screening and Risk Reduction Options for Carriers of BRCA Mutations
Sexual Functioning for Women After Cancer or Prophylactic Surgery
- Sharing Genetic Test Results with Adult Family Members
- Sharing Genetic Test Results with Children
Cancer has been a part of my family story for as long as I can remember. My sister Barbara was diagnosed with breast cancer when she was only 39 and I was 37. You didn’t hear about early-onset breast cancer in those days… we were shocked. A few years later I was diagnosed with breast cancer and Barbara was diagnosed with ovarian cancer.