Last Posted: Feb 16, 2017
Universal screening for Lynch syndrome among patients with colorectal cancer: patient perspectives on screening and sharing results with at-risk relatives.
Hunter Jessica Ezzell et al. Familial cancer 2017 Feb
Use of multigene-panel identifies pathogenic variants in several CRC-predisposing genes in patients previously tested for Lynch Syndrome.
Hansen Maren F et al. Clinical genetics 2017 Feb
Understanding patterns of genetic risk evaluation (GRE) referral and uptake in patients (pts) with epithelial ovarian cancer (EOC).
Morgan Robert et al. Journal of clinical oncology : official journal of the American Society of Clinical Oncology 2016 Mar 34(7_suppl) 254
Hereditary cancer syndromes in Latino populations: genetic characterization and surveillance guidelines.
Cruz-Correa Marcia et al. Hereditary cancer in clinical practice 2017 153
Less Than Half of Recommended Adults Screened for Lynch Syndrome,
Fox Chase Cancer Center, January 20, 2017
Medical Oncologists' Experiences in Using Genomic Testing for Lung and Colorectal Cancer Care.
Gray Stacy W et al. Journal of oncology practice 2017 Jan JOP2016016659
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