Usefulness of BRCA1 and BRCA2 Testing Questioned
Lancet 1997 May 24; 349(9064): 1524
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Should genetic testing for BRCA1/2 be permitted for minors? Opinions of BRCA mutation carriers and their adult offspring Bradbury, Angela R.; Patrick-Miller, Linda; Pawlowski, Kimberly; Ibe, Comfort N.; Cummings, Shelly A.; Olopade, Olufunmilayo I.; Daugherty, Christopher K. (2008-02-15)
BRCA1 Testing in Families With Hereditary Breast-Ovarian Cancer: A Prospective Study of Patient Decision Making and Outcomes Lerman, Caryn; Narod, Steven; Schulman, Kevin; Hughes, Chanita; Gomez-Caminero, Andres; Bonney, George; Gold, Karen; Trock, Bruce; Main, David; Lynch, Jane; Fulmore, Cecil; Snyder, Carrie; Lemon, Stephen J.; Conway, Theresa; Tonin, Patricia; Lenoir, Gilbert; Lynch, Henry (1996-06-26)OBJECTIVES: To identify predictors of utilization of breast-ovarian cancer susceptibility (BRCA1 gene) testing and to evaluate outcomes of participation in a testing program. DESIGN: Prospective cohort study with baseline ...
Lynch, Henry T.; Lemon, Stephen J.; Durham, Carolyn; Tinley, Susan T.; Connolly, Chris; Lynch, Jane F.; Surdam, Jonathan; Orinion, Ernest; Slominski-Caster, Sue; Watson, Patrice; Lerman, Caryn; Tonin, Patricia; Lenoir, Gilbert; Serova, Olga; Narod, Steven (1997-06-01)BACKGROUND: The identification of the BRCA1 gene is a powerful tool for predicting a patient's lifetime risk for carcinoma of the breast and ovary when she has hereditary breast/ovarian carcinoma (HBOC) syndrome. The ...