We are families, like you who have been devastated by the effects of Li-Fraumeni Syndrome (LFS), a hereditary genetic cancer predisposition syndrome. Our hopes are to educate, raise awareness, and find better screening programs and treatments for LFS. By forming relationships with and supporting the variety of researchers and medical staff who can help achieve this, we wish to help provide a better understanding of a complex syndrome to those who need it. We welcome communication with all professionals, researchers, scientists, doctors, patients, and families in the hopes that the bridges formed by these communities will lead to an end of the devastating effects of Li-Fraumeni and other Li-Fraumeni-like syndromes.
In November 2010, with the support of the United States’ National Institute of Health (NIH) and the world’s medical leaders of the Li-Fraumeni Syndrome, we all met in Washington D.C. at the first Li-Fraumeni Syndrome Conference. One month later, in December 2010, we officially formed the LFS Association and selected our inaugural Board of Directors.
Learn More About the Next Generation of LFS Researchers
Dr. Judy Garber
- Dana-Farber Cancer Institute (DFCI) Profile
- American Association for Cancer Research’s Biography
- Judy Garber, MD, MPH, Elected to Institute of Medicine
- Li-Fraumeni Syndrome: Report of a Clinical Research Workshop and Creation of a Research Consortium
Dr. David Malkin
Dr. Louise Strong
Dr. Joshua Schiffman
Dr. Sharon Savage
Dr. Maria Isabel Waddington Achatz, MD
- National Cancer Insitute’s Division of Cancer Epidemiology and Genetics Biography
- Sue Armstrong’s “Brazil’s Cancer Curse” (published September 15, 2015)
It is with heartfelt appreciation that we acknowledge Sabre Imagery for donating this website, which is our first ever communication tool linking our worldwide LFS community together. Without Sabre Imagery, none of this would have been possible – Thank you!