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Can you inherit risk from your father? Is genetic testing helpful after you've had cancer? Our genetics counselor addresses common misconceptions.
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.
New genes are being offered as part of panel genetic testing related to colorectal cancer. Learn more from a genetics counselor with ProMedica Cancer Institute.
At-home genetic testings are gaining in popularity but genetic counselor Sarah Adelsperger says there are some questions to consider first.
Genetic counseling is a growing field that impacts various specialties. Here's how it affects and benefits you as a patient.
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.
The holidays are a great time to review your family history and update your medical history. Here are tools to help.
BRCA 1 and BRCA 2 aren't the only genes we can test for. Our genetic counselor describes additional genes associated with breast cancer.
Only women can get ovarian cancer, but men play a role in hereditary cancer syndrome, too. Genetic counselor Sarah Adelsperger explains how it works.