Understanding BRCA: Living with the Breast Cancer Gene
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Understanding BRCA: Living with the Breast Cancer Gene

Jill Hardman-Smith Advanced nurse practitioner, Breast care, Leicester

At long last someone has written a book on breast genetics that is informative, accurate and interesting, yet in a manner that makes it relevant to healthcare professionals as well as patients. It is a fascinating read. As a reviewer, I was required to read this book in a relatively short time frame. However, this will also be a great reference for the future and as an aide-memoire when teaching nursing and medical students in the clinical se ing.

Cancer Nursing Practice. 17, 2, 15-15. doi: 10.7748/cnp.17.2.15.s13

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