The relationship between the belief in a genetic cause for breast cancer and bilateral mastectomy.

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OBJECTIVE Most women develop causal beliefs following diagnosis with breast cancer and these beliefs can guide decisions around their care and management. Bilateral mastectomy rates are increasing, although the benefits of this surgery are only established in a small percentage of women. In this study we investigated the relationship between causal beliefs… (More)
DOI: 10.1037/hea0000118

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