Implementing Lynch syndrome testing and surveillance pathways

Lynch Syndrome is the most common form of hereditary colorectal cancer.

By implementing Lynch syndrome pathways nationally for both colorectal and endometrial cancer there is the opportunity to detect many of these at an earlier stage and also prevent cancers through risk reduction treatments and appropriate surveillance routes.

Guidance on management of Lynch syndrome published by NHS UK (July 2021).

Click to access B0622-implementing-lynch-syndrome-testing-and-surveillance-pathways.pdf

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