Your personal situation can affect how and when you proceed with genetic testing. 

  • If you are newly diagnosed with cancer or a recurrence, genetic testing may affect your treatment decisions.
  • If you have completed treatment for cancer, genetic testing may help you understand your risk for a new cancer diagnosis and influence your decisions about cancer screening and prevention. 
  • If you have never been diagnosed with cancer, genetic testing can clarify your risk to help you make decisions about cancer screening and prevention. 

In all cases, testing can provide your relatives with information about their risk for cancer and options for managing that risk.

Below are some clinical trials that include genetic counseling and testing.



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