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New Cancer Genetics Clinic at Chelsea & Westminster Hospital

Picture1We are pleased to announce a new cancer genetics service at Chelsea and Westminster Hospital.  This might be relevant for you if you have a personal or family history of cancer suggestive of an inherited genetic predisposition, or a known gene mutation in your family.

The clinic is supported by Natalie Ellery Genetic Counsellor (and others) from the North West Thames Genetics service. This clinic provides advice for people at hereditary risk of bowel and other cancers, about;

  • Genetic testing
  • Prevention and lifestyle advice
  • Surveillance & Screening (e.g. colonoscopy)
  • Counselling

If you are interested in more information please ask your GP for a referral, or email for more information


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