We do this by
- Educating physicians and other healthcare professionals in the molecular genetics and clinical management of gastrointestinal hereditary tumour syndromes
- Housing and curating the most comprehensive database of DNA variants that contribute to gastrointestinal cancer
- Supported by a committee of world leading experts, systematically assigning pathogenicity to variants in the genes predisposing to gastrointestinal cancer
- Encouraging research into all aspects of gastrointestinal hereditary tumour syndromes
- Providing a forum for the presentation of data, discussion of controversial areas involved in the care of patients and their families, and facilitation of collaborative studies
- Assisting institutions and individuals interested in beginning or maintaining a registry for families with gastrointestinal hereditary tumour syndromes
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