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Exploring the Fertility Preservation Needs of Individuals with Positive Genetic Test Results


Survey and video interview for people who tested positive for an inherited mutation

Study Contact Information:

Study Coordinator: Adrienne Chase, Master’s in Genetic Counseling Student, University of Maryland School of Medicine
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Director: Shannan Dixon, MS, CGC, Master’s in Genetic Counseling Training Program, University of Maryland School of Medicine
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Exploring the Fertility Preservation Needs of Individuals with Positive Genetic Test Results

About the Study

The goal of this study is to identify if there is a need for more specialized providers, specifically genetic counselors, to meet the needs of patients regarding fertility preservation and family planning prior to cancer treatment or preventative surgery. We hope to identify the appropriate setting and timeline for these services to streamline and enhance comprehensive patient care for patients with a hereditary breast or gynecologic cancer variant.

This study is no longer enrolling people.

 

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This study is no longer enrolling people.