Breast Cancer and Ovarian Cancer: Doctors Not Following Prevention Guidelines, CDC Study Reveals

Despite evidence showing that medical interventions can significantly decrease the likelihood of breast and ovarian cancer in high-risk women, some doctors still are not adhering to guidelines referring these patients to genetic testing and counseling. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention called this finding "concerning" as it released a survey Monday of nearly 1,900 physicians who were asked to review hypothetical patient cases and then report whether they would or would not...Full Story
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