A Summary from Dana Farber’s LYNKED IN Conference: Connecting and Empowering Lynch Syndrome Families 2017

The Dana-Farber’s Center for Cancer Genetics and Prevention in Boston just held their second annual LYNKED IN conference on March 18th. The stated goal of the conference is to provide information to patients, as well as their families and caregivers. This was my first experience attending anything pertaining to the Lynch community. I follow Georgia’s website — ihavelynchsyndrome.org — and social media regularly, so I feel like I have an online presence in the community, but I wanted to take the time to actively engage and perhaps… more...

Dr. Henry T. Lynch Symposium: Advances in Hereditary Cancer — Summary by G

Dr. Henry T. Lynch Symposium: Advances in Hereditary Cancer The Henry T. Lynch Symposium: Advances in Hereditary Cancer took place last week in Omaha – it was highly informative and moving. The outpour of love and admiration for Dr. Lynch and his work was overwhelming. This post is basically a summary of the most important take-aways from the conference. These comments were extracted from the talks which were presented — the presenter’s name can be found in parentheses. Lynch syndrome registries increase the quality of care for Lynch syndrome patients (Vasen). Those… more...

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