Resources for Patients
At GenPath, we understand that when deciding whether to have genetic testing or when receiving a possible genetic diagnosis, you may need resources for information and community support. The following resources can help support women and their families through each phase of their lives:
General Genetics Resources
To help you and your physician determine if genetic testing may be appropriate, GenPath has created MyGeneticsTree.com, a simple web-based program that allows you to input information about your family history to determine if you meet the proper criteria for genetic testing in as little as 15 minutes. If you have a family history of cancer, you may find that MyGeneticsTree is an invaluable resource. To learn more about MyGeneticsTree, click HERE.
Genetic counselors are healthcare professionals who have specialized education in medical genetics and counseling. GenPath has a preferred agreement with MyGeneTeam, and is staffed by board-eligible or board-certified genetic counselors who can speak to you about your family history and if hereditary cancer testing could benefit you. MyGeneTeam genetic counselors offer flexible appointment schedules via phone or online video conferencing and specialize in many different areas. To learn more about MyGeneTeam, click HERE.
Prenatal Genetic Screening and Diagnostic Testing
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