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UCSF Gastroenterology University of California350 Parnassus Ave. #410
San Francisco, California 94117
GI specialists at UCSF are dedicated to providing the highest quality patient care in their respective areas. The GI practice group at each campus has expertise to span the entire gastrointestinal system, and each site has a full complement of technical tools for diagnosis and treatment. The Familial/Hereditary Gastrointestinal Cancer Prevention program is a division of UCSF’s Cancer Risk Program. It is located in the Gastroenterology clinical offices at UCSF’s Mount Zion Campus. The program provides genetic counseling, genetic testing, and follow-up services to individuals and families at risk of or known to have an inherited gastrointestinal cancer syndrome. The Gastrointestinal Cancer Prevention Program’s experts include certified, licensed genetic counselors, gastroenterologists, medical and gynecologic oncologists, and colorectal surgeons. Using personal and family history information, the experts diagnose inherited conditions, perform cancer risk assessment, and provide ongoing cancer prevention and detection procedures and risk-reducing surgeries.
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