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Hereditary Breast and Ovarian Cancers: Lessening the Burden

Annals of Oncology Volume 24 suppl 8 November 2013 

  • Hereditary breast and ovarian cancer: lessening the burden 

F. Muggia, S. Tommasi, H. Lynch, and A. Paradiso

Extract

  • Biology of hereditary breast and ovarian cancers 

S. Tommasi

http://annonc.oxfordjournals.org/content/24/suppl_8/viii7.extract 

  • BRCA1- and BRCA2-related mutations: therapeutic implications in ovarian cancer 

B. Pothuri

Abstract 

  • Coming into focus: the non-ovarian origins of ovarian cancer 

L. Dubeau andR. Drapkin

Abstract

  • Biomarkers and clinical interventions 

A. Paradiso

Extract 

  • Acceptability of chemo-prevention trials in high-risk subjects 

B. Bonanni andM. Lazzeroni

Abstract

  • Alternatives to risk-reducing surgery for ovarian cancer 

A. Gadducci, C. Sergiampietri, and R. Tana

Abstract 

  • Introduction to epidemiology of breast and ovarian cancers 

C. Adaniel and T. Kirchhoff

Extract

  • BRCA mutations and outcome in epithelial ovarian cancer (EOC): experience in ethnically diverse groups 

T. Safra, W. C. Lai, L. Borgato, M. O. Nicoletto, T. Berman, E. Reich, M. Alvear, I. Haviv, and F. M. Muggia

Abstract

  • Variants of unknown significance in BRCA testing: impact on risk perception, worry, prevention and counseling 

S. Richter, I. Haroun, T. C. Graham, A. Eisen, A. Kiss, and E. Warner

Abstract

  • Hereditary ovarian and breast cancer: what have we learned? 

H. T. Lynch, C. Snyder, and M. J. Casey

Abstract

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