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Clinical Genetics Program, Children’s Hospital Boston


300 Longwood Avenue
Boston, MA 02115






The Clinical Genetics Program is a clinical facility that is associated with the Children's Hospital of Boston, (CHB) Massachusetts. Established in the mid-1970s, the Clinical Genetics Program, which serves the entire United States, is dedicated to diagnosing and coordinating the treatment and care of children with genetic disorders. The Clinical Genetics Program provides genetic counseling and genetic support groups; engages in patient and family advocacy; gives appropriate referrals; and engages in-patient and family education. Educational materials include a brochure series discussing different genetic disorders.

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