Unambiguous test results or individual independence? The role of clients and families in predictive BRCA-testing in the Netherlands compared to the USA
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KeywordsDNA diagnostics Hereditary breast/ovarian cancer BRCA-testing Family relations Client Ambiguity Women The Netherlands USA;
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