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Collection and Use of Cancer Family History in Primary Care
Nadeem Qureshi (au); Brenda Wilson (au)
This systematic review was undertaken to: (1) evaluate the accuracy of patient reporting of cancer family history; (2) identify and evaluate tools designed to capture cancer family history that are applicable to the primary care setting; and (3) identify and evaluate risk assessment tools (RATs) in promoting appropriate management of familial cancer risk in primary care settings. For family history tools (FHxTs) and RATs, studies were limited to those applicable to primary care settings. Conclusions: Informants reporting their cancer family history have greater accuracy for relatives free of cancer than those with cancer. Reporting accuracy may vary among different cancer types. Charts and tables.
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