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Carolyn Dumond

One of Myriad’s core values is our passion for patients worldwide and for transforming their lives with our innovative molecular diagnostic tests. That value is personified by Carolyn Dumond, who is our manager of Patient Advocacy and Education. Her untiring work on behalf of patients and their families is evidenced by the numerous advocacy partners…

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EVP for Emerging Products Patrick Burke notes that our research and development model requires us to rely on collaborations with academics and pharmaceutical companies to help find answers to pressing medical questions.

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Dr. Johnathan Lancaster talks about Myriad’s policies on patient privacy and access to their personal genetic test results. “Myriad believes that a patient’s genetic information is private and confidential. Genetic test results can only be shared with the patient, anyone the patient designates or their healthcare provider.”

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CEO Mark Capone talks about Myriad’s 25-year history and our pioneering work in the molecular diagnostics industry, as well as his vision for the future. “We’ve helped 2 million patients over the last 25 years, but we’re just getting started.”

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Al Piazza

Six years ago, my doctor told me I had prostate cancer, and the news literally brought me to my knees. To say that I was scared at that moment is a big understatement. Nobody wants to hear the words, “You’ve got cancer,” and there are just no words to describe the devastation I felt. I…

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Our EVP of Human Resources Jayne Hart talks about why Myriad is such a special and unique place to work and how our passion for patients drives everything we do. “People want to make a difference and you can make that difference here at Myriad.”

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VP of Medical Services Susan Manley explains what genetic mutations are and how testing can definitively determine whether or not a cancer is hereditary in nature or is sporadically occurring. The results of genetic tests can empower people to take the necessary actions to reduce their risk for cancer.

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Dr. Johnathan Lancaster describes advances in the field of testing for hereditary endometrial and colon cancers, which are some of the most common cancers and are significant public health problems.

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VP of Medical Services Susan Manley talks about the emphasis Myriad places on test accuracy and the steps we take to make sure that all of our test results are as accurate and useful as possible.

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