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Breast & Ovarian Risk Clinic

Our Address:
U-M Rogel Cancer Center
1500 East Medical Center Dr
Floor 1
Ann Arbor, MI 48109
Phone: 734-647-8902

Appointments can be made by physician or self-referral.

Map and Driving Directions

Internal Map of the Rogel Cancer Center Level 1

Scheduling Appointments Online

If you have signed up for an account on the MyUofMHealth patient portal, you can manage and request appointments with your U-M physician online. Under the “Appointments” tab on, you can view upcoming or past appointments, cancel appointments up to 24 hours before your scheduled time, and request a new appointment.

Visit MyUofMHealth to register for or log into the patient portal.

The Breast and Ovarian Cancer Risk Evaluation Clinic provides an accurate assessment of personal risk for developing breast and other related cancers, education regarding availability of genetic testing and current research programs, and a plan for follow-up and preventive care.

What to Expect

Prior to the Consultation
Before the initial clinic visit, the patient completes questionnaires either on paper or through a HIPAA complaint website to assess health history, breast and gynecologic care practices, family history and other risk factors. In addition, she or he is asked to indicate areas of greatest concern, so the session will meet personal needs.

During the Consultation
The clinic session generally consists of:

    -Presentation and review of family history, highlighting cancer occurrence

    -Education in basic genetic principles as applied to breast and ovarian cancer

    -Presentation of known cancer risk factors

    -Frank discussion of individualized risk based on family history and other factors

    -Discussion of behaviors thought to diminish and increase risk of various cancers

    -Education regarding availability of genetic testing and current research programs

    -Presentation of an individualized plan of follow-up care

    -Recommendations with respect to lifestyle issues

Following the Consultation
After the consultation, the referring physician is informed by letter that the consultation has taken place and provided with the recommendations for continuing care. In addition, each client is sent a confidential summary letter that reviews personal risk factors, an estimation of lifetime risk, guidelines for follow-up care and an overview of factors thought to minimize or accentuate the risk of developing cancer.

Breast and Ovarian Cancer Risk Evaluation Program Members

Sofia D. Merajver, M.D., Ph.D., Clinic Director

Erin Cobain, M.D., Attending Physician

Kara Milliron, M.S., C.G.C., Lead Genetic Counselor

Lauren Hipp, M.S., C.G.C., Genetic Counselor

Bailey Hulswit, M.S. Genetic Counselor

Still have questions?

Please call the Cancer AnswerLine™ at 800-865-1125.