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All in the Family: Using Family Health History to Identify and Support Women at Risk for Hereditary Cancer

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Presentation from Peter Hulick, MD, MMSc, to help nurses and nurse practitioners: ...

Presentation from Peter Hulick, MD, MMSc, to help nurses and nurse practitioners:
1) Understand the genetic consultation process
2) Examine genetic contribution to breast cancer
3) Identify suggestive family history patterns and risk estimation
4) Influence of genetic testing on management

Taken from a CNE-granting presentation given on 2/17/12 in Highland Park, IL, put together by the Chicago Center for Jewish Genetic Disorders and NorthShore University HealthSystem.

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