New research illustrates how a modified genetic counseling model can be completed in half the time of the traditional model but still be just as effective in reducing cancer-specific distress.
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An Egyptian study found that adding a simple step to the IUD insertion process resulted in a 93% success rate for women whose previous insertion attempt failed.
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Although the syndrome is named after the "father of hereditary cancer," it hasn't always been referred to as such.