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This fact sheet contains general information about HPT-JT syndrome. Each person should be referred to a genetic service for further information and advice. 

Key Points

  • HPT-JT syndrome is due to faults (mutations) in the CDC73 gene.
  • People with HPT-JT syndrome have an increased chance of developing parathyroid disease including parathyroid cancer.
  • People with HPT-JT syndrome have an increased chance of developing benign (non-cancerous) tumours of the jaw (ossifying fibromas) and tumours and cysts of the kidney.
  • Family members (including children) can be referred to a genetic service where experts can provide information, advice and support about their chance of developing cancer and the option of genetic testing.

This cancer genetics fact sheet is a guide only and cannot cover every possible situation. The information provided is not intended to replace discussion with a health professional, and should not be interpreted as medical advice. Use of this document is subject to eviQ's disclaimer available at  www.eviQ.org.au  

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20 Aug 2019