How is Cancer Genetic? 

Join us for this upcoming session as part of our Survivorship And Beyond series.

How is Cancer Genetic? A discussion on Hereditary Cancer Syndromes

Genetic testing and its results can substantially impact the care of cancer survivors, even long after their initial oncologic treatments. These results can also lead to testing and changes in care for their relatives. We welcome Jess Cary, our very own Genetic Counselor at New England Cancer Specialists to come talk with us about how cancer can be genetic, and what that means for you and your family.

Scarborough: sessions will be held at 100 Campus Drive

July 23 - 10:30 a.m.
July 23 - 5 p.m.

 

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Facilitator:

Jessica Cary, MS, RN, CGC: A specialist in hereditary cancer syndromes, Jess worked in prenatal, pediatric, and lab-based genetic counseling before joining NECS in 2010. She offers patients empathetic support in making decisions about genetic testing, and interpreting the results.