Published in Women's Health Weekly, September 15th, 2005
"Patients seeking genetic testing for inherited breast cancer risk are typically educated by genetic counselors; however, the growing demand for cancer genetic testing will likely exceed the availability of counselors trained in this area," scientists in the United States report. "We compared the effectiveness of counseling alone versus counseling preceded by use of a computer-based decision aid among women referred to genetic counseling for a family or personal history of breast cancer."
M. J. Green and colleagues "developed and...
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