PROMPT is an online research registry for people who have multiplex gene panels—a newer form of genetic testing that looks for mutations in several different genes at once. All genes on the panels have been linked to an increased risk of cancer, but some risks are better known than others.
Our objective is to follow people with mutations or variants in genes on these panels, so that patients, physicians, and researchers can more clearly understand these lesser-known risks.
Using the PROMPT registry, you’ll provide critical information that helps promote scientific discoveries and deeper understanding of cancer susceptibility genes. By engaging in the PROMPT community, you’ll learn more about how mutations in these genes may affect your health and cancer risks.
You’ll provide information about your personal and family health histories as well as contact information. By providing your contact information, you can receive updates from physicians and researchers regarding your genetic information, other research studies, or to obtain more information.
PROMPT Study Publications
Patients’ Medical and Psychosocial Experiences After Detection of a CDH1 Variant With Multigene Panel Testing
Jada G. Hamilton, PhD, MPH; Jessica M. Long, MS, LCGC; Amanda C. Brandt, MS, LCGC; Jamie Brower, MS; Heather Symecko, MPH; Erin E. Salo-Mullen, MS, MPH, CGC; Stephanie N. Christian, MPH; Tricia Harstad, MA; Fergus J. Couch, PhD; Judy E. Garber, MD, MPH; Kenneth Offit, MD, MPH; Mark E. Robson, MD; and Susan M. Domchek, MD
PROMPT Study Webinars
May 23, 2019 for providers
Updates from PROMPT
February 19, 2019
Classification of Variants of Uncertain Significance in Cancer Predisposition Genes
How should cancer risks from gene mutations be managed?
December 1, 2016