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Figure 6. From: Personalised medicine in Canada: a survey of adoption and practice in oncology, cardiology and family medicine.

Measures of physician education in genetic testing and personalised medicine by speciality.

Katherine Bonter, et al. BMJ Open. 2011;1(1):e000110.
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Figure 1. From: Personalised medicine in Canada: a survey of adoption and practice in oncology, cardiology and family medicine.

Distribution of respondents by specialty: family medicine (Fam.), cardiology (Card.) and oncology (Onco.) and by geography: Ontario (ON), Quebec (QC), British Columbia (BC), Western Provinces (WST) and Atlantic provinces (ALT).

Katherine Bonter, et al. BMJ Open. 2011;1(1):e000110.
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Figure 5. From: Personalised medicine in Canada: a survey of adoption and practice in oncology, cardiology and family medicine.

Measures of barriers to access by speciality (panel A): family medicine (Fam.), cardiology (Card.) and oncology (Onco.) and by geography (panel B): Ontario (ON), Quebec (QC), British Columbia (BC), Western provinces (WST) and Atlantic provinces (ALT).

Katherine Bonter, et al. BMJ Open. 2011;1(1):e000110.
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Figure 2. From: Personalised medicine in Canada: a survey of adoption and practice in oncology, cardiology and family medicine.

Respondent's perceptions of utility by speciality (panel A): family medicine (Fam.), cardiology (Card.) and oncology (Onco.) and by geography (panel B): Ontario (ON), Quebec (QC), British Columbia (BC), Western provinces (WST) and Atlantic provinces (ALT).

Katherine Bonter, et al. BMJ Open. 2011;1(1):e000110.
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Figure 4. From: Personalised medicine in Canada: a survey of adoption and practice in oncology, cardiology and family medicine.

Comparison of reported impacts and benefits by specialty (panel A): family medicine (Fam.), cardiology (Card.) and oncology (Onco.) and by geography (panel B): Ontario (ON), Quebec (QC), British Columbia (BC), Western Provinces (WST) and Atlantic provinces (ALT). ID, identified.

Katherine Bonter, et al. BMJ Open. 2011;1(1):e000110.
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Figure 3. From: Personalised medicine in Canada: a survey of adoption and practice in oncology, cardiology and family medicine.

Measures of state of practice by specialty (panel A): family medicine (Fam.), cardiology (Card.) and oncology (Onco.) and by geography (panel B): Ontario (ON), Quebec (QC), British Columbia (BC), Western provinces (WST) and Atlantic provinces (ALT). GT, genetic test; PM, personalised medicine.

Katherine Bonter, et al. BMJ Open. 2011;1(1):e000110.

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