Women's attitudes toward preventive strategies for hereditary breast or ovarian carcinoma differ from one country to another: differences among English, French, and Canadian women.

@article{JulianReynier2001WomensAT,
  title={Women's attitudes toward preventive strategies for hereditary breast or ovarian carcinoma differ from one country to another: differences among English, French, and Canadian women.},
  author={Claire Julian-Reynier and Louis-S. Bouchard and D Gareth R Evans and François Eisinger and William D Foulkes and Bronwyn A. Kerr and I R Blancquaert and J P Moatti and Hagay Sobol},
  journal={Cancer},
  year={2001},
  volume={92 4},
  pages={959-68}
}
BACKGROUND The authors investigated the acceptability to women of the preventive strategies available for dealing with hereditary breast/ovarian carcinoma in France, the United Kingdom, and Canada, countries selected because of their cultural differences. The authors aimed to discover the existence of specific factors that may affect acceptability of these… CONTINUE READING