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Hereditary Cancer Treatment
Memorial Cancer Institute’s genetics program offers help for families who are at increased risk for developing cancer based on family history or ancestry. Identifying people who are at high risk for developing cancer is an important part of cancer prevention. Our genetics team works with primary care providers and other specialists to help with cancer prevention measures and early cancer detection.
With a whole cancer institute on your side, you can learn your genetic predisposition to develop cancer and focus on cancer prevention. Memorial Cancer Institute’s genetics program offers genetic testing, counseling and participation in clinical research to diagnosed cancer patients. Memorial’s genetics team offers hereditary cancer risk assessment for many different types of cancers, but takes special interest in studying genetic factors that influence breast, colorectal, gynecological and melanoma cancers.
Are you at risk? Ask your primary care provider for a referral to find out today.
Please call Memorial Cancer Institute to schedule an appointment: 954-265-4325, or email us.