New Familial Cancer Predisposition Working Group - Child Cancer Network
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New Familial Cancer Predisposition Working Group

New Familial Cancer Predisposition Working Group

On the 23rd of March NCCN convened a working group to consider TP53 mutation carriage and develop consistent advice on how this should be managed in the New Zealand child cancer population.

Current working group members include:

  • Kim Gamet, Genetic Health Service NZ – Northern Hub
  • Kate Neas, Genetic Health Service NZ – Central Hub
  • Andrew Dodgshun, National Child Cancer Network (CHOC)
  • Mark Winstanley, National Child Cancer Network (Starship)
  • Scott Macfarlane, National Clinical Leader, Child Cancer, National Child Cancer Network.

 

If you would like to find out more about this piece of work contact: Scott Macfarlane (scottm@adhb.govt.nz)

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