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SCS Lunch & Learn: What does it mean to be a carrier for an autosomal recessive condition?
The Virtual Lunch & Learn ” What does it mean to be a carrier for an autosomal recessive condition?” was recorded for Tuesday, October 17, 2023.
We would like to thank the Ironwood Supportive Care Services Department and Morgan Gaynor, MS, CGC for this video. The certified genetic counselors at Ironwood Cancer & Research Centers help patients understand the genetic component of their diagnosis. They also consult with family members about cancer risk and explain their genetic test results. Our certified genetic counselors, like Morgan Gaynor, collaborates with our multi-specialty cancer care providers to develop an individualized treatment plan for patients.
If you have any question regarding other classes in our virtual lunch series or would like to make reservations for class, please email us at email@example.com.
To contact one of our Social Workers directly, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. We have several Supportive Care Services available that give you an opportunity to be actively involved in your path to healing. Many of these services are open to all in the community affected by cancer.
The services are provided by our Supportive Care Services Department. All services, unless otherwise noted, are complimentary.