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Establishing the medical actionability of genomic variants

August 31, 2022

Adaptation and early implementation of the PREdiction model for gene mutations (PREMM5™) for lynch syndrome risk assessment in a diverse population

April 01, 2022

Identifying patients with Lynch syndrome using a universal tumor screening program in an integrated healthcare system

April 18, 2022

Barriers to family history knowledge and family communication among LGBTQ+ individuals in the context of hereditary cancer risk assessment

February 01, 2022

ASHG Annual Meeting 2022

October 25, 2022

Retrospective assessment of barriers and access to genetic services for hereditary cancer syndromes in an integrated health care delivery system

February 10, 2022

An accessible, relational, inclusive, and actionable (ARIA) model of genetic counseling compared with usual care: Results of a randomized controlled trial

November 01, 2022

Should health systems share genetic findings with at-risk relatives when the proband is deceased?: Interviews with individuals diagnosed with Lynch syndrome

October 18, 2022

EE139 Using a user-friendly modeling tool to inform and guide local decision-making for lynch syndrome screening at healthcare systems

July 01, 2022

Motivations and concerns of patients considering participation in an implementation study of a hereditary cancer risk assessment program in diverse primary care settings

March 01, 2022

ClinGen's Pediatric Actionability Working Group: Clinical actionability of secondary findings from genome-scale sequencing in children and adolescents

June 01, 2022