In 2017, not only did Dr. Christian Kratz launch our international chapter, LFSA – Germany, but he also founded the German Cancer Predisposition Syndrome Registry based at Hannover Medical School, Hannover, Germany. The registry collects information on genotypes, personal medical details, family histories, and surveillance, as well as a range of biospecimens. In today’s publication in the Journal of Hematology & Oncology, the team describes some interesting genotype-phenotype correlations across the Li-Fraumeni spectrum. Such data suggest that future, more detailed genotype–phenotype correlations may result in better cancer risk prediction and personalized cancer surveillance. Read more here: Genotype–phenotype associations within the Li-Fraumeni spectrum: a report from the German Registry.