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The field of genetic counseling is fairly new and rapidly changing. Here are some questions to better understand your genetic counselor's qualifications.
Genetic testing is used in different ways--to analyze the DNA you were born or may have acquired. Our genetic counselor explains the difference.
Genetic testing can be helpful for men who may be at a higher risk for certain cancers. Here are the genes that are available for testing.
Genetic counselor Sarah Adelsperger shares how genetic counseling can help Previvors with challenging decisions regarding their screening and prevention.
The genetics counseling program at ProMedica Flower Hospital received a $50,000 award in the form of vouchers to help patients in need of financial assistance.
BRCA 1 and BRCA 2 aren't the only genes we can test for. Our genetic counselor describes additional genes associated with breast cancer.
Though not a comprehensive list, our genetic counselor shares 4 hereditary colon cancer syndromes you might not know about.
Learn why and how WTOL Anchorman Jerry Anderson used genetic testing to learn more about his risk for cancer.
Giving back, promoting prevention and facing fears head on has helped this family move forward from multiple cancer challenges and losses.