Provides information on the inheritance of illnesses, and confirms or rules-out the existence of mutations that may increase an individual’s lifetime risk to develop cancer.
Addresses the concerns of patients, their families, and their health care providers.
Enables patients and their families to make more informed decisions and take appropriate actions.
The knowledge gained from the genetic testing is shared by trained professionals with those who are at an increased risk of developing heritable cancer. The consuleing addresses the concerns of patients, their famillies, and their health care providers; and enables informed decision making.