Genetic testing

    The ethical dilemma of genetic testing of children who may be predisposed to developing breast or ovarian cancer later in life is the focus of a study published in the American Journal of Medical Genetics. Dr. Angela Bradbury was the lead author of the study that recruited interview subjects through the University of Chicago Cancer Risk Clinic. She now directs the Margaret Dyson Family Rish Assessment Program at Fox Chase Cancer Center in Northeast Philadelphia. She talked with WHYY Morning Edition’s Brenda Jorett.

    The ethical dilemma of genetic testing of children who may be predisposed to developing breast or ovarian cancer later in life is the focus of a study published in the American Journal of Medical Genetics. Dr. Angela Bradbury was the lead author of the study that recruited interview subjects through the University of Chicago Cancer Risk Clinic. She now directs the Margaret Dyson Family Rish Assessment Program at Fox Chase Cancer Center in Northeast Philadelphia. She talked with WHYY Morning Edition’s Brenda Jorett. headphonesListen to the mp3 »

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