Family History and OutreachBy sharing your genetic test results you can help your relatives learn about their risk. You can also use genetic testing to find relatives and connect with other people who share your same mutation.
I've Tested Positive, Now What?
Through family outreach, you can help your relative learn about their risk and take action to prevent cancer or detect it early. You can also find out where your variant came from by exploring your family history and genealogy research.
We've compiled expert-reviewed resources to help you identify and empower your relatives at risk. Click on each topic below to learn more. If you need more guidance, please sign up for our Peer Navigation Program. You are not alone.
FORCE information: Importance of sharing with family
FORCE information: Sharing health information
FORCE information: Sharing information with adult relatives
FORCE brochure: The Genes Between Us
University of Washington: Understanding your Gene Variant
Washington Department of Health Video: Cascade Screening