What is a family cancer syndrome? What are the tests used to check for
the syndromes? Who should have genetic testing? According to the American
Cancer Society, certain inherited DNA mutations can intensely increase
the risk for developing certain cancers and are responsible for many of
the cancers that run in some families.
Join us on Tuesday, Oct. 21, 2014, as Bruce Tripp, M.D., radiation oncologist
with Southeast Georgia Physician Associates-Radiation Oncology, presents
“Genetic Testing and Links to Breast Cancer.” The lecture
will offer important information on breast cancer risks and misconceptions
about genetic testing.
The free lecture will take place 12-1 p.m. at the Southeast Georgia Health
System Camden Campus, Cafeteria Conference Room, 2000 Dan Proctor Drive,
St. Marys, Ga.
Every month, Southeast Georgia Health System offers free health education
lectures. Topics of discussion vary each month. At the conclusion of each
lecture, the speaker will hold a question and answer session. In addition,
a light lunch is served.
Southeast Georgia Physician Associates-Radiation Oncology is a strategic
affiliate of Southeast Georgia Health System.
To learn more about the free lecture series or to reserve a complimentary
seat, please call toll-free 1-855-ASK-SGHS (1-855-275-7447), or send an
e-mail to email@example.com.