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Alpha-1 Foundation Genetic Counseling Program

Kimberly Brown, MS CGC

About the Alpha-1 Genetic Counseling Program
The Alpha-1 Genetic Counseling Program provides telephone-based free and confidential genetic counseling for individuals considering being tested for, or diagnosed with, Alpha-1 Antitrypsin Deficiency (Alpha-1). The program also provides information and referrals to resources for parents, family members and medical professionals.  Kimberly Brown, an ABGC Certified Genetic Counselor since 2008 has experience in clinical genetic counseling and program coordination

Kimberly Brown is available to provide support and guidance to help you understand the diagnosis of Alpha-1 and what it means to you and your family. Other questions she may help you answer:

  • Should you be tested for Alpha-1? 
  • How should you tell your family members about Alpha-1 and their own risks? 
  • What does a diagnosis of Alpha-1 mean?
  • Where can you get treatment and support?

To speak with a Genetic Counselor please call 1-800-785-3177 or EMAIL

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Healthcare Professionals Guide to the Alpha-1 Foundation Genetic Counseling Program

The Alpha-1 Foundation Genetic Counseling Program provides information about genetic testing for Alpha-1 Antitrypsin Deficiency, and how genetic testing may affect you and your family. The privacy of all callers is protected to the extent permitted by law. Information will not be shared with physicians or any other organizations unless authorized by the caller.



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