A cancer diagnosis is difficult enough, but factor in a family history of breast or ovarian cancer and the issues and complexities increase significantly. Mary-Anne young, Genetic Counsellor with the Familial Cancer Centre at Peter Mac, explains the implications of a family history of cancer and talks about the role of the Centre, its innovative projects, and the support available to people faced with a family history of cancer.
What it means to have a family history of cancer
by Young, Mary-Anne
BreaCan, Melbourne, Vic, 2010
Subjects: Breast cancer, Family history, Genetics, Ovarian cancer, Support services
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