Deb Duquette, MS, CGC, Sarah Mange, MPH- Michigan Department of Community Health
Cecelia Bellcross, PhD, MS- Emory University
Heather Hampel, MS, CGC- The Ohio State University
Kory Jasperson, MS, CGC- Huntsman Cancer Institute
Authors are all from the Lynch Syndrome Screening Network (LSSN) Founding Board of Directors
Every day, about 400 people in the United States are diagnosed with colorectal cancer. Approximately twelve of them have Lynch syndrome, a hereditary condition that increases the risk of colorectal cancer and other cancers. Identifying people with Lynch syndrome could have substantial health benefits for them, their families, and communities.