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Assessment of Interest for Breast Cancer Prevention

BRCA1 and BRCA2 mutation carriers develop breast cancers with a tumor phenotype unique from spontaneous tumors. We surveyed known BRCA mutation carriers to determine willingness to be contacted about participation in future breast cancer prevention research studies directed to their unique phenotype.

 

Citation: Hurley RM,Suman V,Daly M,Mandrekar S (2014) Assessment of Interest for Breast Cancer Prevention Trial Participation among BRCA Mutation Carriers. Hereditary Genet 3:127.

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