The relationship between psychological distress and personality in women from families with familial breast/ovarian or hereditary non-polyposis colorectal cancer in the absence of demonstrated mutations
Geirdal, Amy stertun
Dahl, Alv A.
Journal of Genetic Counseling 2008 August; 17(4): 384-393
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