Ellen Matloff

Ellen Matloff’s Forbes Article: A Genetic Counselor Takes The Top DTC Genetic Tests On The Market

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Ellen Matloff on “DNA Today” Podcast

Ellen Matloff, President/CEO, joins our Communications Lead, Kira Dineen, on her genetics podcast, “DNA Today”. In this episode, they discuss direct-to-consumer (DTC) genetic testing including… DTC test types available to consumers Difference between medical grade and DTC genetic tests Accuracy of DTC genetic tests What to know before choosing a DTC test Examples of when a…

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Ellen Matloff on “CURE Talks Cancer” Podcast

In a special edition of “CURE Talks Cancer” podcast, our President/CEO, Ellen Matloff, and the founder of Proactive Genes, Shannon Pulaski, were guests to help kick off National Hereditary Breast and Ovarian Cancer Week and Previvor Day. In this episode, you’ll hear about their resources and how each can help others learn more about their hereditary…

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#NSGCGenePool Second Annual Tweetchat

The National Society of Genetic Counselors (NSGC) has launched the second year of its NSGC Digital Ambassador Program. This program highlights advocates and providers in the genetics field who raise awareness about the role of genetic counseling and promote their shared interest across their networks. The group consists of 15 influencers, including our President/CEO, Ellen Matloff,…

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Cancer ‘Fight’ Metaphor, To Continue or End?

Is it time to put the cancer ‘fight’ metaphor to rest once and for all? Patient advocates and genetic counselors share their insight. Is it time to put the cancer 'fight' metaphor to rest once and for all? #Advocates, please chime in! #Gencsm #BRCA #Lynchsyndrome #patientadvocates #cancer #patients #PatientExperience — Ellen T. Matloff (@MyGeneCounsel) May…

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5-year BRCA SCOTUS Anniversary

Today, June 13th, 2018, marks the 5 year anniversary of the Supreme Court of the United States’ Association for Molecular Pathology v. Myriad Genetics case regarding the BRCA gene patent. The result was a unanimous decision, genes could not be patented as they occur naturally. We reflected back on this day, how far we have…

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