McGill Interactive Pediatric OncoGenetic Guidelines Identifying cancer predisposition syndromes in pediatric oncology
Cancer predisposition syndromes are recognised as an important cause of pediatric cancer development. Oncologists and health professionals who manage children and adolescents with cancer have a unique opportunity to identify these patients and their families for genetic evaluation. This task is increasingly challenging for clinicians as our knowledge of cancer genetics is growing at a rapid pace. The MIPOGG team has accepted this challenge on your behalf.
MIPOGG offers access to simple tumor-specific algorithms that guide the clinician through the decisional process of whether a child requires a genetics referral. MIPOGG incorporates evidence-based educational modules outlining associations between pediatric tumors and cancer predisposition syndromes.
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