Prader-Willi Syndrome Genetics
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symposier.com — “Uploaded and Shared in Youtube by: UMMCVideos Several genes have been discovered that for some families explain why cancer appears to run in the family. Individuals who carry a change, or mutation, in a hereditary cancer gene are at an increased risk to develop cancer or a second cancer. Currently, the most common inherited syndromes involve breast cancer, ovarian cancer, and colon cancer. In this video, UMGCC's genetic counselor, Jessica Rispoli Joines, M.G.C., C.G.C., explains the importa” View full resource at symposier.com
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childrenshospital.org — “Marfan syndrome is a genetic disorder that causes connective tissues?which provide substance, shape and support to many parts of the body?to be weaker than they should be. Marfan often weakens the aorta (the blood vessel that carries blood away from the heart to the body), creating the risk of an aortic tear, leak or aneurysm.” View full resource at childrenshospital.org
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