Our toolkits aggregate various CGA-IGC resources and those from other stakeholders with the aim to support the  needs and interests of the multidisciplinary Hereditary GI Cancer community 

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LGBTQI+ Toolkit

Do you care for patients from the LGBTQI+ community?

These resources  are designed to provide a guide around treatment & care for LGBTQI+ patients & their families.   




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Creating Breast and Gynecologic Cancer Guidelines for Transgender Patients With BRCA Mutations.

Maureen May, M.S. C.G.C. interviews Bronwyn Bedrick, M.D., M.S.C.I., an OB/GYN from Johns Hopkins University. They discuss this guidance statement, published in Obstretics & Gynecology.

Fenway Health - links to Education & Training. Fenway Health exists to make life healthier for the people in our neighborhood, the LGBTQIA+ community, people living with HIV/AIDS and the broader population.

National LGBTQIA+ Health Education Center - features publications, archived webinars, demonstration videos, learning modules and more all available at no cost. CMEs are also available.

The HRC Foundation  - works with health care facilities that are committed to providing inclusive care to their LGBTQ+ patients. Going beyond inclusive non-discrimination policies, these facilities are adopting best practices in the areas of LGBTQ+ patient care and support, employee policies and benefits, and LGBTQ+ patient and community engagement.

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February 2022 - Caring for our LGBTQI+ Patients 

Sonali Paul, MD, MS

November 2021 - Gynecologic Cancer Risk-Reduction Considerations in Trans/Non-Binary Lynch Syndrome Patients.

Iris Romero, MD, MS

November 2021 - Advancing Health Equity Abstract Presentation I Management of a transgender male with Lynch syndrome.

Lauren Gima, MS, CGC

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Setting up a Hereditary GI Cancer Registry

Thinking of setting up a Hereditary GI Cancer registry at your institute?

These resources act as a guide & provide helpful tips as you develop and implement a sustainability Hereditary Gastrointestinal Cancer Registry. 


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October 2022 - Tips and Tricks for development of a clinical registry

José Gaston Guillem, MD, MPH,


Jennifer Weiss, MD, USA

Melyssa Aronson, MS, CGC, Canada

Francesc Balaguer, MD, PhD,  Spain

Trainee Toolkit

Starting out on  your Hereditary GI Cancer journey?

We hope these resources can provide some guidance and support as you as you get started on this exciting journey.

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