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Genetic Test Results for Lynch Syndrome Improved with New Computer Program
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Genetic Test Results for Lynch Syndrome Improved with New Computer Program

Many patients who have genetic testing for Lynch syndrome, a hereditary predisposition to colon cancer, receive the inconclusive result "variants of uncertain clinical significance." This can be a problem, as people with Lynch syndrome have a much higher probability to develop colon cancer, and often develop colon cancer at an earlier age than is common among the general population; consequently, they need to begin screening at a much younger age.

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Free Cancer Awareness Expo Saturday Sept 29 at South Towne Expo

Cancer affects everyone. Half of all men and one-third of all women will get cancer in their lifetimes. Exercise, eating healthfully, and getting recommended cancer screenings all contribute to avoiding cancer; the right coping strategies, good nutrition, and accessible support services can make the journey easier for those who have already been diagnosed.

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Genomic Study of Rare Children's Cancer Yields Possible Prognostic Tool
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Genomic Study of Rare Children's Cancer Yields Possible Prognostic Tool

A new study of the genetic makeup, or genome, of Ewing sarcoma, a rare cancer that strikes children, teenagers, and young adults, has produced multiple discoveries: a previously unknown sarcoma subtype, genetic factors related to long-term survival, and identification of a genetic change between the primary and metastatic stages of the disease that could lead to better, more targeted treatment.

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Sun Safety Poster Contest Open to Utah Students Grades K-8
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Sun Safety Poster Contest Open to Utah Students Grades K-8

It's never too early to learn about sun safety, say a group of concerned Utah physicians. That's why they've partnered with the SHADE Foundation and the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to bring a national poster contest to Utah students from kindergarten to eighth grade.

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Will My Breast Cancer Spread?
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Will My Breast Cancer Spread?

Researchers from Huntsman Cancer Institute (HCI) at the University of Utah have discovered a new way to model human breast cancer that could lead to new tools for predicting which breast cancers will spread and new ways to test drugs that may stop its spread.

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Debby Rogers
Public Affairs Manager
Phone: 801-587-7639
debby.rogers@hci.utah.edu

Amie Parker
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Phone: 801-213-5755
amie.parker@hci.utah.edu

Jill Woods
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Fax: 801-585-0900
jill.woods@hci.utah.edu

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