Nadine Rayes is a licensed and board-certified genetic counselor. She completed her bachelor's degree in Biological Science at the University of California, Irvine and received her Masters of Science in Human Genetics and Genetic Counseling from Stanford University. She provides cancer genetic counseling at both Saddleback Memorial and Orange Coast Memorial Medical Centers within the Cancer Risk and Prevention program. Her role involves providing cancer risk assessments based on medical and family history, discussing genetic testing options and providing recommendations for preventive screening and surgical interventions.
What is genetic counseling and is it necessary for every woman?
Licensed and board-certified genetic counselor, Nadine Rayes, MS, provides cancer risk assessments based on medical and family history, genetic testing options and recommendations for preventive screening and surgical interventions.
Nadine shares what genetic counseling is, who it is appropriate for and how it could benefit your health to know if you carry hereditary genes for breast or ovarian cancer.