Exploring perceptions of genetic testing: an examination of perceived accuracy over time.
Ngo, Tho L
Ferketich, Amy K
Kelly, Kimberly M
Patient education and counseling 2010 Jan; 78(1): 34-9
Despite the potential impact of perceptions of genetic testing, little research has examined these perceptions. The current study examined factors associated with perceived accuracy of genetic testing to detect BRCA1/2 mutations and change in perceived accuracy.
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