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We surveyed cancer genetics specialists in 1998 to learn what they would do if at 50 % risk to carry a BRCA or Lynch syndrome mutation. We chose to repeat our study 14 years later, to examine how perspectives have changed with the extensive data now available. In July 2012 we surveyed the National Society of Genetic Counselors (NSGC) Cancer Special Interest(More)
Approaches to hereditary breast cancer testing are shifting as multi-gene panels become more widely available. This paper describes our center’s experience and outcomes of a 6-gene panel test as a first-tier approach in patients who were candidates for BRCA testing. Between July and December 2013, a 6-gene panel test was ordered for patients meeting(More)
Cancer genetic testing is surrounded by myriad ethical, legal, and psychosocial implications which are being revisited as testing expands into an everyday practice and into more complicated areas like whole exome and direct-to-consumer testing. We chose to survey cancer genetic counselors and physicians from a wide range of non-genetics specialties to(More)
Erratum to: J Genet Counsel DOI 10.1007/s10897-013-9625-z . In the “Funding” section, the company HRA was incorrectly referred to as HSR. The full name of the company is “HRA— Healthcare Research & Analytics.”
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