Topic: Understanding Your Role in Hereditary Cancer Testing – Creating a New Standard of Care
Aired: Tuesday, Dec. 1st, 7pm-8pm ET
– Elizabeth Etkin-Kramer, M.D., FACOG, Founder of Yodeah, Associate Professor in OBGYN at FIU Herbert Wertheim College of Medicine
– Kristie N. Smith, MS, CGC, Sr Director, Clinical Support, Education & Training, Sema4
Listen to Dr. Etkin-Kramer and Kristie as they discuss the overwhelming evidence that supports the importance of a patient ‘knowing their risk’. Obstetrician–gynecologists play a vital role in identifying and managing women at risk for hereditary cancer syndromes. Identification of high-risk women is vital to implement education, testing, personalized cancer early-detection and risk reduction measures to improve health and quality of life.
Dr. Etkin-Kramer discusses how she effectively implements a successful screening protocol and testing strategy into her clinical workflow. You will learn about Sema4’s evidence-based hereditary cancer testing solutions, genetic counseling support, and digital tools that can easily be integrated into your practice.
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