Published in Cancer Weekly, November 22nd, 1999
Researchers at Seattle, Washington's Center for Health Studies assessed female primary care patients' knowledge about breast cancer genetics and attitudes toward genetic testing using a self-administered survey given to a convenience sample of 91 female patients awaiting appointments at a large primary care clinic of Group Health Cooperative ("Women's Knowledge and Attitudes About Genetic Testing for Breast Cancer Susceptibility," Eff Clin Practice, 1999;2(4):158-162).
A total of 47 percent of...
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