Children can take news calmly when parents tell them about family breast cancer risk
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Children can take news calmly when parents tell them about family breast cancer risk

Many parents who are tested for hereditary breast cancer genes share the results with their children, and most believe that this information does not distress them, according to a United States study that has shed light on how families respond to information about genetic risk.

Nursing Standard. 26, 21, 17-17. doi: 10.7748/ns.26.21.17.s23

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