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Mary E. Freivogel and Stephanie A. Cohen

misconceptions about what she noted as an increasing workforce shortage in genetic counseling and, in fact, about the genetic counseling profession itself. Workforce shortages and barriers to care are common in many specialties in healthcare. 2 However

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Veena Gujju, Mahum Nadeem, Hussein A. Assi, and Hassan Hatoum

patients with PDAC irrespective of family history. In this quality improvement project, we aim to report a single institution experience in implementing this new guideline, and thus provide real-world data on genetic counseling in clinical practice

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Mary Daly

. Genetic counseling is defined as the process of helping people understand and adapt to the medical, psychologic, and familial implications of genetic contributions to disease. The primary reasons cited by women who are considering genetic testing for

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Lindsey Kreutzer, Ashley Byerly, Eileen Ngo, Julie K. Johnson, Karl Y. Bilimoria, and Anthony D. Yang

documents. At the specialty/unit-level, perceptions of readiness to implement the QI project were strong, overall; however, one hospital unit (Genetic Counseling) identified a need to strengthen understanding of how the project would personally benefit

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abstract, visit http://www.asco.org/ASCOv2/Meetings/Abstracts?&vmview=abst_detail_view&confID=114&abstractID=96835 2012 ASCO Abstract Highlights Operational Aspects of Genetic Counseling Programs In March 2012, ASCO accepted for electronic

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Brandie Heald, Shanna Gustafson, Jessica Mester, Patricia Arscott, Katherine Lynch, Jessica Moline, and Charis Eng

purposes. 4 With the inception of CPT code 96040 and licensure, GCs have an avenue for professional recognition within their scope of practice. Furthermore, increased awareness of cancer genetic counseling services has created a higher demand for

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Rishi Jain, Michelle J. Savage, Andrea D. Forman, Reetu Mukherji, and Michael J. Hall

Discuss the importance of genetic counseling when using TGP for patients with cancer Genetic testing to inform disease prognostication, therapy targeting, and hereditary cancer risk assessment is increasingly critical to oncology care. The emergence

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Brandie Heald and Charis Eng

document the benefit added by their services and that the field can grow and expand with the changing climate of health care. The National Society of Genetic Counselors ( www.nsgc.org ) has prioritized assessing and establishing outcome measures for genetic

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Suzanne M. Mahon

visit with a genetics professional takes time (84 minutes 2 to 105 minutes 1 ); an average follow-up visit lasts 74 minutes. 2 Finding ways to efficiently provi genetic counseling services is critical in light of the limited numbers of credentialed

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Mina Shenouda, Vivek Yadala, Jennifer Dotson, and Toni Pacioles

is expected to cause about 45,750 deaths during 2019. The current NCCN Guidelines recommend genetic counseling and germline testing in all PC pts. This recommendation was based on evidence that germline genetic mutations were identified in 5.5% of all