In this patient symposium hosted November 6, 2021 by the Center for Cancer Risk Assessment, speakers discussed screening, prevention, medical management and treatment options for those with gene mutations or those at hereditary risk for pancreatic cancer. The personal impact of learning genetic information was also examined.
According to a CDC survey, 97% of people think it is important to know family health history, but only 30% have ever collected health information from family members. Join Meredith Seidel, MS, LCGC to learn tips on collecting your family health history, and how doing so can help you stay healthy.
Mass General Cancer Center
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