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Exploring the Psychosocial Implications of Individuals with a Genetic Test Result that was Later Reclassified

Prevention
Interview for people who's genetic test results were reclassified

Study Contact Information:

Grant Warren by phone: 720-291-6018 or by email at: [email protected]


Exploring the Psychosocial Implications of Individuals with a Genetic Test Result that was Later Reclassified

About the Study

Researchers at Bay Path University are conducting virtual/phone interviews with individuals who have received a reclassified genetic test result to cancer related genes. This study will help researchers learn the psychosocial implications and experiences of those who have received a reclassified genetic test result when undergoing gene testing (for example, your original genetic test results showed a that was later found to be harmful or harmless). 

This study is no longer enrolling people.

What the Study Involves

This study involves a 30-minute Interview by phone or video chat discussing their perspectives and experiences with the reclassification/modification of their genetic test result. Participants will be compensated for their time.

Lead Researchers

Grant Warren PI
Janice Berliner M.S. CGC, Director, Master of science in genetic counseling program at Bay Path University Laura Moreno M.S. CGC,

This Study is Open To:

This study is no longer enrolling people.

People can participate if they:

  • are 18 years of age or older
  • have a cancer genetic test result that was reclassified 
This Study is Not Open To:

This study is no longer enrolling people.

  • Individuals who have never received a genetic test result that was reclassified.