Genetics Center’s Mother-Daughter Physicians featured by CHOC Children’s

Genetics Center’s two medical geneticists, Drs. Touran Zadeh and Neda Zadeh are a unique mother-daughter duo. Both experts in genetics, they work alongside one another to treat children with developmental disabilities, congenital abnormalities, birth defects and genetic disorders. They are featured this month on CHOC Children’s blog, click here for their story.

Announcing Genetics Center’s GCCancer Panel

Genetics Center is now releasing our comprehensive GCCancer Panel. This customizable panel can test for more than 40 different hereditary cancer syndromes. We also provide cytogenetics and molecular genetic tumor testing on site. Tremendous strides have been made in the early detection and management of various types of cancer in recent years. Genetics Center’s CLIA certified, CAP accredited, and Children’s Oncology Group (COG) approved laboratories offer the following services to assist you in the care and treatment of your patients … Continue reading

State of California incorporation of NIPT* into their services

The California Prenatal Screening Program has now incorporated a “non-invasive prenatal testing” (NIPT)* screening option at no additional cost to patients. This option is only available to patients who elect to first proceed with State 1st or 2nd trimester screening. Patients who elect NIPT outside of the program, but in conjunction with State screening, will still be eligible for follow-up services through the State in the event of a positive NIPT result. It is important to note that if NIPT … Continue reading

Genetics Center Counselor Presents Paper at NSGC Annual Meeting

Genetics Center is pleased to announce that one of our newest genetic counselors, Adrienne Miller, will be presenting her work on Newborn Screening’s Impact on Sickle Cell Awareness, on Saturday afternoon, 10/12/13, during the concurrent paper sessions at the National Society of Genetics Counselors (NSGC) 32nd Annual Education Conference (AEC) in Anaheim. Be sure to also stop by our Booth 113 and get your Passport-to-Prizes stamped.