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Next Steps for You

When it comes to Lynch syndrome, the best defense is a good offense. In other words, be proactive! If you or one of your blood relatives (parent, sibling, grandparent, etc.) has been diagnosed with Lynch syndrome, you may be at an increased risk of developing one of several types of cancer. It is up to you to manage your health from the outset—and to take steps needed to identify if you have Lynch syndrome and prevent cancer or catch it early when it is most treatable.

Learn more about your next steps if:
If You Have Lynch Syndrome
If a Direct Relative Has Lynch Syndrome

Additional resources:
How to Find a Genetic Counselor
Managing Lynch Syndrome
Cancer Risks in Lynch Syndrome
Dear Family Letter