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Assessments of Genetic Counseling Augmented With an Educational Video or Pamphlet Versus Traditional Counseling

The purpose of this research study is to understand the impact of an educational video or pamphlet on the patient experience in a hereditary cancer genetic counseling program. In order to make this assessment, it is necessary to perform qualitative and quantitative research among patients in a hereditary cancer genetic counseling clinic.

Stanford is currently accepting patients for this trial.

Lead Sponsor:

Stanford University

Stanford Investigator(s):

Intervention(s):

  • Other: Educational video and pamphlet
  • Other: Traditional genetic counseling

Phase:

N/A

Eligibility


Inclusion Criteria:

Inclusion criteria for: Limited English Proficiency (LEP), primarily Spanish speaking
cohort

   - Preferred language for receiving medical information is Spanish

   - Has a personal or family history of cancer

   - If assigned to the arm where they need to be pre-educated with a video or pamphlet,
   attests that they viewed the video or pamphlet

Inclusion criteria for: Individuals with a personal or family history of breast cancer
cohort

   - Personal or family history of breast cancer

   - English is preferred language

   - If assigned to the arm where they need to be pre-educated with a video or pamphlet,
   attests that they viewed the video or pamphlet

Inclusion criteria for: Individuals with a personal or family history of prostate cancer
cohort

   - Personal or family history of prostate cancer

   - English is preferred language

   - If assigned to the arm where they need to be pre-educated with a video or pamphlet,
   attests that they viewed the video or pamphlet

Inclusion criteria for: Individuals with a personal or family history of any type of cancer
referred for germline testing based on a genetic variant identified during tumor genomic
analysis for the patient or affected family member cohort.

   - Personal or family history of any type of cancer

   - Referred based on a variant identified during tumor genomic analysis

   - English is preferred language

   - If assigned to the arm where they need to be pre-educated with a video or pamphlet,
   attests that they viewed the video or pamphlet

Inclusion criteria for: Individuals with a personal or family history of gastrointestinal
or gynecologic cancer, referred because they or their affected relative screened positive
for Lynch Syndrome based on either an immunohistochemistry test or evidence of mismatch
repair deficiency in their tumor cohort.

   - Personal or family history of gastrointestinal or gynecologic cancer

   - Screened positive for Lynch Syndrome based on IHC or MMR testing

   - English is preferred language

   - If assigned to the arm where they need to be pre-educated with a video or pamphlet,
   attests that they viewed the video or pamphlet

Inclusion criteria for: Individuals with a personal or family history of ovarian and/or
pancreatic cancer cohort

   - Personal or family history of ovarian, and/or pancreatic cancer

   - English is preferred language

   - If assigned to the arm where they need to be pre-educated with a video or pamphlet,
   attests that they viewed the video or pamphlet

Exclusion Criteria:

   - Individuals who are minors

   - Individuals who are decisionally impaired

Ages Eligible for Study

18 Years - N/A

Genders Eligible for Study

All

Now accepting new patients

Contact Information

Stanford University
School of Medicine
300 Pasteur Drive
Stanford, CA 94305
Misha Rashkin
Recruiting