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All cancer is genetic, but not all cancer is inherited.
Much of the future of cancer care is in our genes.
Understanding the complexity of genetic and genomic testing can be daunting for patients.
As part of the cancer risk assessment process, various risk models are run based on a patient’s family and medical history.
The power of genetic testing to aid in cancer prevention is amplified with cascade testing.
The purpose of the tumor board is to provide a multidisciplinary review of somatic (tumor) testing for the purposes of clarifying the potential implications of a patient’s results.
The Cancer Genetics program works closely with pediatric oncologists at Children’s Health to provide cancer genetics services to pediatric patients in Dallas.
Recently, Angelina Jolie informed the world through two New York Times opinion articles that she had her breasts and ovaries removed after learning she had a BRCA1 mutation.