As part of a multidisciplinary team, provide information to individuals and families about genetics and cancer risk, facilitate genetic testing, and provide psychosocial support to cope with cancer risk. Contributes value to each of the CCG domains (clinical, research, and education). Bilingual in Spanish preferred. Key Responsibilities include: Clinical Collection and interpretation of 3-generation family histories (both maternal and paternal). Review of medical records for key affected individuals. Pedigree assessment and recognition of cancer susceptibility syndromes. Use appropriate models to estimate genetic and empiric cancer risk. Informed consent discussion, including benefits of gen
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