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Webcast Library

The CGA launched an educational webcast series that will provide an overview on the diagnosis of, the current guidelines and evidence associated with, and the management options for Lynch Syndrome. To access the CGA WEBCAST SERIES click on the link below.

Overview of Hereditary Colorectal Cancer Syndromes

Brandie Heald Leach, MS, LGC

The History of Hereditary CRC...Who Got Us Here and How

James Church, MD

When to Use a Cancer Gene Panel

Matt Yurgelun, MD

CRC Epidemiology and the Growing Trend of Early Onset CRC

Tom Weber, MD

Screening for Less Common Lynch Syndrome Cancers

Fay Kastrinos, MD

CGA Annual Meeting - Seattle, WA

The CGA is pleased to announce the members of the society are able to access the Annual Meeting Best Topics webcasts! CGA members are able to access the twenty of the lectures from the Annual Meeting in Seattle, WA.

To access the webcasts, please click here.

Using Genetic and Environmental Risk Factors for Colorectal Cancer Risk Prediction

Ulrike 'Riki' Peters, PhD, MPH

Methylation in Sporadic and Inherited Colorectal Cancer

William M. Grady, MD

Update from GAME-ON Consortium

Stephen B. Gruber, MD, PhD, MPH

MMR Gene-guided Lynch Syndrome Management

Noralane M. Lindor, MD

Overview of Syndromes with Small Bowel Burden

Steven H. Erdman, MD


Carol Burke, MD


N. Jewel Samadder, MD, MSc

Surgical Approaches

R. Matthew Walsh, MD

The Effect of Hereditary Colorectal Cancer Syndrome on the Mental Health of Patients and Relatives

Emma Wood, PsyD

Multigene Cancer Panels Versus Whole Exome

Gail P. Jarvik, MD, PhD

Timing of Surgery in Polyposis: Perspectives of the Pediatric and Adult Surgeon

Jeffrey Avansinio, MD, MBA

Communication of Genetic Test Results to Family Members

Patrick Lynch, JD, MD

80% by 2018

Emily Butler Bell, MPH

How Health Systems Can Help Improve Colorectal Cancer Screening Compliance

Beverly Green, MD, MPH

Behavioral Interventions in Improve Colorectal Cancer Screening

Jan Teresa Lowery, PhD, MPH

Hereditary Diffuse Gastric Cancer

David Huntsman, MD, FRCPC, FCCMG


Heather Hampel, MS, LGC

Young Onset Colon Cancer

Maureen E. Mork, MS, CGC

What Do You Do with CDH1 Mutations with No Gastric Family History

James M. Ford, MD

Slide Library
E-Blast Opportunities

CGA-IGC policy on Email Announcements to Membership

The Collaborative Group of The Americas on Inherited Gastrointestinal Cancer (CGA-IGC) represents a multi-disciplinary society working to eliminate the morbidity and early mortality of hereditary gastrointestinal cancers. As such, the membership is a focused and potentially high-yield target for advertising research studies or products in this field. There is an opportunity to rent the email list of the CGA-IGC membership for one-time usage for distribution of an approved email. The rental of the email list should not be considered an endorsement of the contents of the email by the CGA-IGC. In addition, all rights to membership data are reserved and retained by the CGA-IGC.

If interested, please contact the CGA-IGC at for further details.

Guidelines for Email Approval

1. A finalized version of the email to be distributed should be submitted at the time of the request. This should be clearly marked as a paid advertisement/announcement.

2. Final approval of emails will be at the discretion of the CGA Council and the right of refusal without need for specified cause is reserved.

  • Student: $25 for membership (then up to 3 free blasts if research related)
  • CGA-IGC member: Free if research related; any other $50 (for profit companies cannot use this)
  • CGA-IGC non-member: Research related $50, Other $250
  • Industry/for-profit company: $1000

Note: CGA-IGC members will have the opportunity to send one email blast annually on a research announcement/invitation.