Women at increased risk for trisomy 21 who have suffered previous miscarriages and have a lower level of education are those most likely to refuse amniocentesis during pregnancy, according to new research.
Mammography is sufficient to predict breast cancer risk in women aged ≥ 60, but in younger women, combining mammography and genetic testing improves the assessment, according to a retrospective case-control study
Gynecologists are faced with a number of hereditary cancer tests. Understanding benefits and limits is key to counseling patients.
Ob/gyns have a responsibility and can no longer be passive in this genomic era.