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Genetic Counseling

Genetic testing technology changes rapidly, and the number of genetic testing options keeps growing. GSF can help you sort through your testing options in this new age of genetics and get all the facts you need to make informed decisions about your health. In fact, we’re the only nonprofit that advocates for access to genetic counseling for all.

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Pregnancy & Genetics

For many pregnant women, prenatal genetic testing can be a stressful process. With so many testing options, it can leave them feeling overwhelmed and anxious. Our genetic counselors are dedicated to helping you get all of the information you need to make informed decisions about your health and the health of your child.

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Cancer & Genetics

A family history of cancer can be scary. Our genetic counselors help families understand their risks. Genetic counseling and testing can help you determine if you or others in your family may have an inherited genetic risk for cancer and guide you through the process of screening and medical management for individuals at higher risk.

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Pediatrics & Genetics

As a parent, watching your child grow and develop is one of your biggest joys. But many factors can influence a child’s development and health, including genetics, family, experiences, culture, education, nutrition, and much more. We’re here to help you understand the complex role that genetics can play in your child’s health and development.

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Genetics & Your Health

Genetics plays a powerful role in shaping your health. For certain conditions, genetic testing and counseling can help you better understand the role that genetics plays and empower you with the information you need to manage your health.

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