The Lynch support group for people diagnosed with Lynch Syndrome, and their families meets once every quarter in the Rees Skillern Cancer Institute’s Cancer Risk and Survivorship Center, Suite 307.
Lynch Syndrome is an inherited disorder that increases the risk for colorectal, endometrial, and many other types of cancer. Those with Lynch Syndrome, and their family, can face a lifetime of screenings and decisions about preventative surgery. This support group gives those affected by Lynch Syndrome an opportunity to talk with others on a similar journey.
There is no charge to attend the Lynch Support Group. For more information on cancer risk counseling, call (423) 495-GENE (4363).