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Should health systems share genetic findings with at-risk relatives when the proband is deceased? Interviews with individuals diagnosed with Lynch syndrome
The consensus among the participants interviewed by Hunter and colleagues was that health systems should inform relatives of genetic findings following a patient’s death; should deliver them a few months after, but within a year; and have a knowledgeable professional share the information.