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Are You Missing Patients Eligible for Testing?

by Alexa McCarthy, on Oct 4, 2017 2:52:37 PM

To identify a woman as a carrier only after she develops cancer is a failure of cancer prevention.” -Mary Claire King

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Are you doing everything you can to help your patients detect breast cancer early?

  • An estimated 90% of unaffected BRCA carriers have yet to be identified and most at-risk women have yet to be tested.¹
  • This could amount to 11,477,635 unaffected women who are eligible for testing. 
  • While genetic testing has become much more accessible, many practices still don’t have the tools to identify the patients that need it the most.

 

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¹ Drohan B, Roche CA, Cusack JC Jr, et al: Hereditary breast and ovarian cancer and other hereditary syndromes: Using technology to identify carriers. Ann Surg Oncol 19:1732-1737, 2012
 

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