Lynch  Syndrome  Ireland

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Prof. Sue Clark talking about bowel cancer in Lynch Syndrome.

Lots to digest including her thoughts on total v partial colectomy for people with Lynch Syndrome.

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Talking with your Children about Lynch Syndrome

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Why talk to Family members about Lynch Syndrome?

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Gynecological Risk Reduction in Lynch Syndrome

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Lynch Syndrome Surveillance

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Lynch Syndrome – Basic Information

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Sharing information about hereditary cancer with children

Kids learn as much from what we do as from what we say

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What is Lynch Syndrome?

Lynch syndrome (LS) is a genetic condition that makes people more likely to develop certain cancers. You have a 50% chance of inheriting LS from an affected parent. LS doesn’t discriminate between gender and does not skip generations, you are…

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1919 – Some advise does not change with time

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This study seeks to hear about healthcare professionals, patients, family members and members of the public experiences of cancer genetic services in an Irish context.

Cancer genetic services in an Irish context: perspectives of healthcare professionals, patients and members of the public: Details of an Irish Cancer Society Funded Project Cancer is caused by certain changes to genes (genetic mutations) that control the way our cells…

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