- Li Fraumeni syndrome
- Sarcoma family syndrome of Li and Fraumeni
- SBLA syndrome (Sarcoma, Breast, Leukemia, and Adrenal Gland)
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My children are undergoing a genetic test for Li-Fraumeni syndrome because their father was believed to have it. If they have this condition, what happens when they want to start a family to make sure this condition is not passed on? Click here for answer
How does this syndrome begin in a lineage? Is the TP53 gene mutation a sudden and spontaneous mutation at conception? Does it have environmental causes? Is it a gradual generational erosion of gene integrity finally resulting in the full mutation that causes this syndrome? Are some TP53 genes mutated worse than others? We are trying to trace this through our family tree. Click here for answer
If my father had a TP53 mutation, does that mean all his children have the mutation or each has a 50% chance of having it? If my father had the mutation and I do not have it, do my own children have a chance of having it or are they and all successive generations in the clear? If my family clearly meets the criteria for diagnosing this condition, but no one demonstrates the TP53 mutation in genetic testing, is it possible to determine if a given relative never diagnosed with cancer has the predisposition? Click here for answer