HIS breast cancer awareness
This informative web site was created to assist men, women, health care professionals, and anyone who is interested in learning about the risk, treatment(s), emotional aspect and stigmatization of men dealing with this disease. To learn more about HIS breast cancer awareness, visit http://www.hisbreastcancer.org.
FORCE is a national advocacy group that focuses on improving the lives of individuals at risk for hereditary cancer and their families through outreach, education and research support. To learn more about FORCE, visit www.facingourrisk.org or call 1-866-824-7475.
Moffitt Cancer Center Screening and Prevention
Genetic Counseling and Testing Services
Provides confidential genetic counseling and assessment to patients with a family history of cancer, to help them understand if they may be at risk of developing a hereditary form of the disease. To make an appointment for genetic counseling, call 813-745-6769 or toll free at 1-800-456-3434 ext. 6769.
Familial Breast and Ovarian Cancer Screening and Prevention Clinic
Provides comprehensive care to women at risk of hereditary breast and ovarian cancer.
To learn more about Moffitt Cancer Center Screening and Prevention, click here.
Florida Genetic Providers Contact Information and Credentials
Please click here to view a list of genetic providers in Florida.
National Cancer Institute (NCI)
To read expert-reviewed summaries on hereditary cancer, visit the National Cancer Institute’s Physician Data Query Information Summaries on genetics: www.cancer.gov/cancertopics/pdq/genetics.
National Society of Genetic Counselors
To find a genetic counselor in your area or to learn more about how genetic counseling can impact your healthcare, visit www.nsgc.org.
Breast Cancer Genetics Research and Education for African American Women Team (B-GREAT)
The "team" represents the academic-community partnership (consisting of community leaders and researchers) that was developed to address breast cancer health disparities in Black women. To learn more about the B-GREAT initiative, visit www.bgreatinitiative.com.