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In families with known genetic mutations, those relatives who have not inherited the mutation may be spared the anxiety, the increased surveillance and other measures that are necessary for those at higher risk. With appropriate risk and testing information, patients and their physicians are better able to seek the most appropriate surveillance and (professional society guided) recommendations for their conditions. 

Service Level 5 - Genetic Testing and Results Disclosure
Genetic Testing Informed Consent or Results Disclosure

Genetic Testing Informed Consent or Results Disclosure

Genetic Testing Informed Consent or Results Disclosure
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  • This service provides Informed Consent prior to genetic testing OR Results Disclosure after Genetic Testing. 
  • Appropriate physician authorizations or scripts may be required, which we will coordinate.
  • Written summary to patient/client and physician will be provided to document this encounter. Allow 30-40 minutes for discussion.

Please be aware that the results of a single genetic test alone, may not always provide the genetic risk information that guides clinical intervention. Depending on the results of testing, further genetic testing may be indicated. 


Genetic Testing and Results Disclosure or DNA Banking  







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