A Woman and Her Genome: What Every Jewish Woman Should Know about Her Genetic Make-up.
Genetic tests can help women of reproductive age know their risks of and often prevent having a child with Tay-Sachs, sickle cell anemia, or other genetic diseases. Want to know more? Join us Sunday, January 7, from 11 am to 12 pm, to hear experts Evelyn Karson, MD, PhD and Dee Dee Shiller, DO talk about these tests in a way that everyone can understand. For those ages 18-45 who want to be tested for genetic mutations for over 100 diseases that can be transmitted to children, we will offer the opportunity to do so using a simple saliva test. If you'd like to receive the saliva test, please indicate below. (We will contact you with additional details before the event). Contact Jodi Ochstein with questions:
I Would Like the Saliva Test (NOTE: You must be between the ages of 18-45 to receive this screening)
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