We're glad you found us here at KinTalk, a social networking site for patients and families with Lynch Syndrome. We know that when people tell their relatives they have Lynch Syndrome, difficult questions can arise. KinTalk can provide answers.
Genetic counselors at UCSF developed KinTalk to help people easily and securely share important genetic health information and learn about Lynch Syndrome. If you received a private text or an email from a family member inviting you to KinTalk, please login with the private access code you received in your email to access your family's confidential information. Please click here to learn more about us and how to register.
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