Publications

Patient Education Materials

Greenwood Genetic Center provides the following patient information brochures at no charge for our referring physician offices. To request copies complete the online order form. Select brochures are also available as a pdf.

Preparing for Your Genetic Visit (English and Spanish)

A patient brochure to help individuals know what to expect when they are being referred for a genetics consultation.

Download pdf in English

Download pdf in Spanish

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A Genetic Evaluation – Guide for SC DDSN

A guide for patients being referred through the SC Department of Disabilities and Special Needs

Download as a pdf – English

Download as a pdf – Spanish


Publications Available for Purchase

The Greenwood Genetic Center offers the following publications for reference and to assist in the clinical care of patients.

Genetic Counseling Aids, 2020 (7th edition)

The 7th edition Genetic Counseling Aids (2020) is now available for purchase!

Purchase options include:

1. The full book (3-ring binder inserts or digital download)

2. The 31 new/updated pages (3-ring binder inserts or digital download)

3. iOS app – Updated version with the new 7th edition images and additional functionality.

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Growth References, 2011 (3rd edition)

Coil bound format

3-ring binder inserts

Perfect bound format

If you wish to purchase the Growth References before that time, please contact our publications office at publications@ggc.org or (864) 941-8168

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Laboratory Resources

SNP Interpretation Guide

This SNP Array Interpretation Guide was produced by Timothy Fee, PhD as a resource for laboratory diagnosticians involved in SNP array analysis. It covers the main types of aberrations visible on SNP array as well as more complex mosaic situations. This work was presented (virtually) at the American Cytogenetics Conference in June 2021.

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Meet Ella

We will remember February 26th for the rest of our lives. On that day, we received the call from the Greenwood Genetic Center that they had discovered our daughter, Ella Marie, has Kleefstra syndrome. Very early on, my wife, Kelly, observed Ella being delayed in some of her milestones. Kelly monitored Ella’s progression and sought out testing in an effort to get Ella some assistance. Along the way, we were sent to GGC and met with LEARN MORE

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