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Apr 14, 2015

In summary, healthcare providers caring for breast cancer patients hopefully recognize the need for consideration of genetic testing in appropriate individuals, and communicate that need to the patient. A discussion about why genetic testing is not appropriate may be as beneficial as one about why it is, and oncology providers should consider briefly discussing genetics with all patients, even if the subject is provider-initiated.