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A cancer risk assessment could provide you with more information about your cancer risk, and can guide you to appropriate management of those risks. To determine if a cancer risk assessment is right for you, we have developed the following guidelines:
You might be at an increased risk for cancer if you or your family has a history of:
You will meet with a genetic counselor at your first appointment. A genetic counselor is a health professional with specialized experience in medical genetics and counseling. You might also meet with a clinical geneticist, a physician who specializes in medical genetics.
Families traveling to Cincinnati from more than 35 miles outside of city limits can receive assistance with lodging, transportation, translation and other needs. Contact Guest Services and Interpreter Services for more information, or call toll-free at 1-800-344-2462 from 8:30 am to 5 pm, Eastern Time, Monday through Friday.
To refer a patient to the Hereditary Cancer Program or contact us, please call 513-636-4760.
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