Cancer Risk Assessment, Testing & Management

Using Family History to Inform Management

Practice determining appropriate management for a patient based on family history risk stratification.

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Collecting Family History with Sufficient Detail

Practice asking the right questions to elicit enough information to assess family history disease risk.

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Identifying Red Flags that Increase Cancer Risk

Practice identifying risk factors and receive tools to help make this task easy to implement in your practice.

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Categorizing Cancer Risk

Analyze family histories and classify the patients' risk into average, increased (or moderate), or high risk for cancer.

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Genetic Testing for Breast Cancer Risk

Practice evaluating how well a particular genetic test assesses breast cancer risk and the potential impact of testing on patient outcomes.

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Interpreting Cancer Genetic Testing Results

Practice interpreting cancer genetic testing results and reports within a patient-specific context.

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Genetic Testing for Colorectal Cancer Risk

Practice evaluating the fit between a patient's history and a particular genetic test for hereditary colon cancer syndromes.

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Identifying and Managing Lynch syndrome

Practice recognizing Lynch syndrome (LS) red flags, communicating about the LStesting process, and incorporating increased screening.

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Cancer Pretest Decisions and Counseling

Practice deciding when and if genetic testing is appropriate, given a patient's clinical and personal context.

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Genetic Testing Process

Familiarize yourself with the steps involved in ordering genetic testing for hereditary cancer risk.

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Genetic Testing Technology

Practice weighing the benefits, risks, and limitations of different tests within specific patient contexts.

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