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California Information on Implementation of Genomics Applications in California


General Information


State Genetics Coordinator

Bob Currier, PhD
Program and Policy, Acting Chief
Genetic Disease Screening Program
850 Marina Bay Pkwy, Rm F-175
Richmond, CA 94804
(510) 412-1443
(510) 412-1560 fax
Bob.Currier@cdph.ca.gov


State Genetics/Genomics Program


Genetic Disease Screening Program

Newborn Screening Program


Other Resources


Genome Statute and Legislation Database

National Resources

 



Familial Hypercholesterolemia


Assessment


Interactive Atlas of Heart Disease and Stroke

Percentage of adults aged 20 years and older who had their cholesterol checked within the past 5 years, 2009:


Assurance


Find a Genetic Counselor

Find a Lipidologist

WISEWOMAN (free cholesterol screening to qualified clients; some programs also offer family history screening for early cardiovascular disease):



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Lynch Syndrome


Assessment


National Program of Cancer Registries (NPCR)


State Cancer Facts

State Cancer Profiles

UCSF Colorectal Cancer Registry

Using Cancer Surveillance Data to Identify Cancer Survivors and their Close Relatives Needing Cancer Screening and Education

 


Policy Development


California's Comprehensive Cancer Control Plan [PDF 3.92 MB] see Goals, Strategies and Objectives


Assurance


Family History Education to Improve Genetic Risk Assessment [PDF 110.73 KB]

Find a Genetic Counselor

Colorectal Cancer Control Program (CRCCP)

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Hereditary Breast and Ovarian Cancer


Assessment


Familial Breast Cancer Registry

National Program of Cancer Registries (NPCR)

State Cancer Facts

State Cancer Profiles

Using Cancer Surveillance Data to Identify Cancer Survivors and their Close Relatives Needing Cancer Screening and Education


Policy Development


California's Comprehensive Cancer Control Plan [PDF 3.92 MB] see Goals, Strategies and Objectives


Assurance


Family History Education to Improve Genetic Risk Assessment [PDF 110.73 KB]

Find a Genetic Counselor

Medicaid coverage of genetic testing

National Breast and Cervical Cancer Early Detection Program (NBCCEDP)

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