Targeting breast cancer outcomes-what about the primary relatives?
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CitationTargeting breast cancer outcomes-what about the primary relatives? 2017, 5 (4):317-322 Mol Genet Genomic Med
JournalMolecular genetics & genomic medicine
AbstractUp to 65% of newly diagnosed breast cancer patients had not been screened correctly before diagnosis resulting in increased stage of cancer at presentation. This study assessed whether their primary relatives are, in turn, assessed appropriately.
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