General Information about GENGI

Introduction to GENGI:

The Hereditary Gastrointestinal Cancer Clinic (GENGI) is available to individuals with hereditary types of gastrointestinal cancer to help streamline and coordinate the appropriate cancer screening.  These syndromes predispose to a range of cancers and require complex and intensive surveillance protocols.

Objective:

The main goal of the GENGI clinic is cancer prevention. The GENGI team aims to do this by facilitating and coordinating the necessary screening and follow-up of patients, by recruiting family members who are at-risk, and by keeping patients updated about new information.

Staff Members:

Dr. Polymnia Galiatsatos, MD, Gastroenterologist
Zoulikha Rezoug, Genetic Counsellor, MSc, GC

Contact information for general information about the clinic:

Zoulikha Rezoug
Genetic Counselor & Clinical Research Coordinator
Department of Medical Genetics
Tel.: (514) 340-8222 extension 28489 | Fax: (514) 340-8600

Jewish General Hospital
3755 Côte-Sainte-Catherine Road
Room E-740
Montreal, Quebec, Canada
H3T 1E2

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