Prevalence of Criteria for Genetic Testing According to the National Comprehensive Cancer Network Guidelines in a Contemporary Cohort of Post-Prostatectomy Men with Intermediate and High-Risk Prostate Cancer: The Henry Ford Health System Experience

Zade Roumayah details the results of a study at the Henry Ford Health System examining the prevalence of National Comprehensive Cancer Network criteria for genetic testing in post-prostatectomy men who had intermediate- to high-grade prostate cancer. With around a 50% response rate, the team found that around 27% of men fit these criteria, in categories including family history of break & ovarian cancer, having two or more family members with a variety of cancer types, and personal cancer history.

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