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Posts Tagged ‘Lynch Syndrome’

June 14, 2018

XRAYS Blog: Me and My MSH6 Mutation: Ever Searching for Answers

by Aya It all started with Mother’s histopathology report on her partially resected small bowel. She had small bowel cancer. With my middle name being “I-want-to-know-more,” I asked for a pathology report after a post-op consultation with her surgeon where future management was discussed.  When I read the report at home, I noticed an aspect … + read more

March 17, 2016

Ovarian Cancer Survivors with a Negative Genetic Test Result in the Past May Benefit from Additional Genetic Counseling/Testing

KNOW MORE is a new campaign designed by FORCE to inform every woman diagnosed with ovarian, fallopian tube, and primary peritoneal cancer about national guidelines on genetic counseling and testing for inherited gene mutations. We kicked off the campaign by launching a brief survey to better understand how women with ovarian cancer make decisions around … + read more

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