BRCA testing in familial cases: change in UK screening rules called for
This article was originally published in Clinica
BRCA gene testing may not be as effective at ruling out breast cancers in those with a familial history of the disease, as first thought, reports a UK study. However, the advent of new genetic tests for breast cancer could help better predict the likelihood of onset in this patient population, the study authors, from St Mary's Hospital in Manchester, told Clinica.
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