Who to Test

Consistent consideration of cancer family history and genetic test status will dramatically change your medical management recommendations for all patient types. There are two essential steps to identify your patients for Hereditary Cancer Risk in order to optimize your medical management:

Screen and Evaluate.

Screen

Cancer family history questionnaire

Ask each patient to fill one out to capture 3 degrees of cancer history for both maternal and paternal family members. Emphasizing to your patients the importance of capturing a thorough family history will allow you to better evaluate their hereditary cancer risk and appropriateness for testing.

Evaluate

Review your patient's Cancer Family History using consistent red flags to determine if your patient is at increased risk for hereditary cancers.

Resources and Tools

Patient Tools

View sample reports, brochures and other tools

Your patients may need education and counseling regarding genetic testing for hereditary cancer.

Case Studies

View examples of both affected and unaffected patients

Evaluating your patients' cancer family history is necessary when determining medical management.

Clinical Presentations

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