Women's decision-making regarding risk-stratified breast cancer screening and prevention from the perspective of international healthcare professionals.
AffiliationRadboud Institute for Health Sciences, Radboud University Medical Center, Nijmegen, The Netherlands
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AbstractIncreased knowledge of breast cancer risk factors may enable a paradigm shift from one-size-fits-all breast cancer screening to screening and subsequent prevention guided by a woman's individual risk of breast cancer. Professionals will play a key role in informing women about this new personalised screening and prevention programme. Therefore, it is essential to explore professionals' views of the acceptability of this new programme, since this may affect shared decision-making.
CitationWomen's decision-making regarding risk-stratified breast cancer screening and prevention from the perspective of international healthcare professionals. 2018, 13(6): e0197772 PLoS ONE