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The genes we are born with may contribute to our risk of developing certain types of cancer. The Clinical Genetics Service at MSK helps individuals to understand their risk for disease. We offer state of the art genetic counseling and testing, and can assist individuals (affected or unaffected) and families who are at risk for inherited cancer predispositions to make informed medical decisions. Our office is located at 222 East 70th Street.
Seeking a Genetic Counselor to provide information, counseling and support to patients with a personal history of a pediatric cancer and/or their parents whom are seen on their behalf. This position involves analyzing pedigrees for possible cancer predisposition syndromes, assessing risk for specific types of cancer, interpreting information, coordinating genetic testing, identifying at-risk family members, reviewing available options for prevention and surveillance and making appropriate referrals.
Please submit a cover letter with your application.
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