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ICARE Social Media Post September 2020

Biallelic Mutations in BRCA1 Cause Fanconi Anemia

BRCA1 is not typically thought to be one of the genes which cause Fanconi anemia. However, rare cases of individuals with biallelic BRCA1 mutations (mutations in both copies of the gene) have been reported. One case involved a woman who had breast cancer at age 23, and was born with multiple birth defects consistent with …

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ICARE Social Media Post April 2020

PALB2: Cancer Risks and Risk Management

Gene: PALB2 Cancer Risks and Management (per NCCN version 1.2020): Women: Breast cancer risk: Elevated at 53% – Recommend annual breast MRI with contrast starting at age 30, and annual mammogram with consideration of tomosynthesis starting at age 30; Consider risk-reducing mastectomy. Ovarian cancer risk: Elevated at 5% – Manage based on family history. Men …

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ICARE Social Media Post April 2020

BRCA2: Cancer Risks and Risk Management

Gene: BRCA2 Cancer Risks and Management (per NCCN version 3.2019): Women: Breast cancer risk: Elevated at 60%-70% – Recommend clinical breast exam every 6-12 months starting at age 25, annual breast MRI with contrast starting at age 25, and annual mammogram with consideration of tomosynthesis starting at age 30; consider risk-reducing mastectomy. Ovarian cancer risk: …

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ICARE Social Media Post April 2020

BRCA1: Cancer Risks and Risk Management

Gene: BRCA1 Cancer Risks and Management (per NCCN version 3.2019): Women: Breast cancer risk: Elevated at 60%-70% – Recommend clinical breast exam every 6-12 months starting at age 25, annual breast MRI with contrast starting at age 25, and annual mammogram with consideration of tomosynthesis starting at age 30; consider risk-reducing mastectomy. Ovarian cancer risk: …

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ICARE Social Media Post April 2020

EPCAM: Cancer Risks and Risk Management

Gene: EPCAM Cancer Risks and Management (per NCCN version 3.2019): Women: Endometrial cancer risk: Elevated at 21%-57% – Consider risk-reducing hysterectomy. Ovarian cancer risk: Elevated at 10%-38% – Recommend risk-reducing bilateral salpingo-oophorectomy (removal of ovaries and fallopian tubes). Men and Women: Colorectal cancer risk: Elevated at 43%-52% – Recommend colonoscopy every 1-2 years starting at …

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ICARE Social Media Post March 2020

PMS2: Cancer Risks and Risk Management

Gene: PMS2 Cancer Risks and Management (per NCCN version 3.2019): Women: Endometrial cancer risk: Elevated at 0%-15% – Consider risk-reducing hysterectomy. Men and Women: Colorectal cancer risk: Elevated at 12%-20% – Recommend colonoscopy every 1-2 years starting at age 20-25 Gastric cancer risk: Not well established – Consider upper endoscopy every 3-5 years beginning at …

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ICARE Social Media Post March 2020

MSH6: Cancer Risks and Risk Management

Gene: MSH6 Cancer Risks and Management (per NCCN version 3.2019): Women: Endometrial cancer risk: 17%-46% – Consider risk-reducing hysterectomy. Ovarian cancer risk: 1%-11% – Evidence is insufficient to make specific recommendations. Men and Women: Colorectal cancer risk: 15%-44% – Recommend colonoscopy every 1-2 years starting at age 20-25. Gastric cancer risk: 0%-5% – Consider upper …

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ICARE Social Media Post March 2020

MSH2: Cancer Risks and Risk Management

Gene: MSH2 Cancer Risks and Management (per NCCN version 3.2019): Women: Endometrial cancer risk: Elevated at 21%-57% – Consider risk-reducing hysterectomy. Ovarian cancer risk: Elevated at 10%-38% – Recommend risk-reducing bilateral salpingo-oophorectomy (removal of ovaries and fallopian tubes). Men and Women: Colorectal cancer risk: Elevated at 43%-52% – Recommend colonoscopy every 1-2 years starting at …

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ICARE Social Media Post March 2020

MLH1: Cancer Risks and Risk Management

Gene: MLH1 Cancer Risks and Management (per NCCN version 3.2019): Women: Endometrial cancer risk: Elevated at 43%-57% – Consider risk-reducing hysterectomy. Ovarian cancer risk: Elevated at 5%-20% – Recommend risk-reducing bilateral salpingo-oophorectomy (removal of ovaries and fallopian tubes). Breast cancer risk: Elevated at 12%-17% – Manage same as general population. Men and Women: Colorectal cancer …

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ICARE Newsletter Winter 2019

Ask the Expert

The following question was addressed by Georgia Wiesner, MD, MS, a nationally renowned clinical cancer geneticist, who is an Ingram Professor of Cancer Research, Professor of Medicine in the Division of Genetic Medicine, and the Director of the Clinical and Translational Hereditary Cancer Program for the Vanderbilt-Ingram Cancer Center in Nashville, Tennessee. Q. What are …

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