It’s not surprising that awareness efforts for hereditary breast cancer focus on the women in the family, but it’s important not to leave the men out. Not only can men get breast cancer, their family health history holds important information to help relatives determine their cancer risk.
The year ahead promises to be an exciting one in the field of genetics, and to officially kick it off I’d like to highlight a few trends the National Society of Genetic Counselors is watching. Precision Medicine: During his State of the Union address this year, President Obama announced his precis
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