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Talking With Your Family

Learn about genes and cancer, signs of hereditary cancer, genetic counseling, types of genetic tests and what results mean for you and your family.

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Communicating genetic test results to the family: a six-step, skills-building strategy.
Mary Daly PhD, Andrea Barsevick, PhD, Suzanne Miller, PhD, Robert Buckman, MD, PhD Josephine Costalas, MSc, Susan Montgomery, BSN, Ruth Bingler, BS. Family Community Health. Volume 23, Issue 3: p. 13-26, October 2001.

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