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Cancer Genetic Counseling - A New Frontier of Precision Prevention

Christine Stanislaw, MS, CGC - Speaker Bio
Christine Stanislaw, MS, CGC, joined Emory in 2004 and provides genetic counseling, including risk assessment and test coordination, for individuals and families concerned about the possibility of hereditary cancer susceptibility. Ms. Stanislaw also provides genetic counseling for familial amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) through research collaboration with the University of Miami. She is actively involved in genetic counselor education and training.

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  • Winship Genetic Counseling Program’s goal is to provide patients with the most current information about hereditary cancer risk and guidelines for cancer screening and treatment.

    Christine Stanislaw, Director of Genetic Counseling at Winship Cancer Institute of Emory University, explains how genetic counseling works, and who should consider genetic testing.