Short Communication - Research and Reports on Genetics (2022) Volume 4, Issue 1
Diagnostic and therapeutic implications of genetics in gynecology.
Cancer genetics is quickly advancing, allowing us to gain a better understanding of disease processes. This enables us to adapt cancer treatment and care for women, as well as to assist women who are predisposed to gynaecological cancers. While the majority of gynaecological malignancies are sporadic, in more than 10% of cases, a predisposition to acquire cancer more frequently and sooner can be identified. Genetic breast and/or ovarian cancer, as well as Lynch syndrome, are the most prevalent hereditary syndromes we treat (LS).Author(s): Siyuan Ding