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Toward Better Disclosures of Fatal Adult Onset Inherited Disease

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    Dr. Robert Klitzman, Associate Professor of Clinical Psychology at Columbia speaks about the need for more genetic counselors to help with families of Huntington's disease, breast cancer, alpha-1 antitrypsin deficiency and familial polyposis. People can order genetic testing and disease ancestry search directly on the internet. Many physicians have not been able to keep up with developments of the genome but will be asked to be knowledgeable about this exploding field.  Dr. Maurie Pickard hosts.

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    Dr. Robert Klitzman, Associate Professor of Clinical Psychology at Columbia speaks about the need for more genetic counselors to help with families of Huntington's disease, breast cancer, alpha-1 antitrypsin deficiency and familial polyposis. People can order genetic testing and disease ancestry search directly on the internet. Many physicians have not been able to keep up with developments of the genome but will be asked to be knowledgeable about this exploding field.  Dr. Maurie Pickard hosts.

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