The Familial Cancer Risk Genetic Counseling SIG promotes communication between providers and affiliates of cancer genetic counseling services for the purpose of advancing the field of cancer genetic counseling.
This special interest group was created and is currently maintained by members of NSGC who provide genetic counseling for familial cancer risk or who are interested in this area of genetic counseling.
- Access to the active and useful listserv (email) discussion group regarding the latest familial cancer risk topics.
- Access to the Cancer Research Directory.
- Involvement in creation and access to use materials developed through SIG projects. Previous projects have included a directory of cancer genetics research studies and a cancer genetic counseling starter kit, both of which are available on this website.
- Eligibility to apply for a research grant supported by the SIG.
- Quarterly literature searches pertaining to cancer genetics topics.
- Access to the 2016 PSS Cancer Genetics Analysis.
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Current Members: Access the Cancer SIG community (including the Cancer SIG Discussion Forum, the Cancer Research Directory, the Monthly Literature Reviews and other Cancer SIG Documents) here.
Join Now: To add this SIG to your NSGC membership, please visit your My NSGC profile. From the Membership tab, select the "Join A SIG" option and select the SIG(s) you would like to join. You will then be able to pay online or print an invoice to mail with a check.
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