People diagnosed with Lynch syndrome have an increased risk for colorectal, endometrial and other cancers. Options are available for cancer treatment, screening and prevention for people with Lynch syndrome.
If you have been diagnosed with Lynch syndrome, you have may questions about your medical care. This page has information on cancer risk, screening, prevention and treatment for people with an inherited mutation in a Lynch syndrome gene.
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