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Books, Journals, New Media
May 5, 1999

Breast Cancer Risk and Genetic Testing

JAMA. 1999;281(17):1652. doi:

We are frequently asked to recommend a primer on breast cancer genetic testing. Family practitioners, oncologists, gynecologists, staff, and students all have a real need for balanced, patient-need-oriented materials.1

When we received this offering of genetic counseling by computer, we were intrigued. The package and 30 pages of detailed, accompanying materials clearly target primary caregivers and patients, and the CD seems intended for a patient loan or clinic workstation arrangement.