A VUS is a change in a gene that at this point in time is an unknown, meaning genetics professionals don't know if this change is harmful (i.e. disease causing) or benign. However, genetic counselors can play a critical role in helping individuals and families interpret VUS results and determine next steps for personal care.
National Women’s Health Week is a national awareness campaign, which begins annually on Mother’s Day, and is aimed at empowering women to lead healthier lives.
Colon cancer is the second leading cause of cancer-related deaths in the United States. Here is what we know and some prevention tips.
This year, be sure to make an appointment with your physician, and make sure you discuss the following recommended cancer screenings. It could save your life!
For October, we will be featuring a series of posts that will help you become more aware of breast cancer risk as well as screening and prevention strategies.