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Cover of Clinical Guidelines for the Classification and Care of Women at Risk of Familial Breast Cancer in Primary, Secondary and Tertiary Care

Clinical Guidelines for the Classification and Care of Women at Risk of Familial Breast Cancer in Primary, Secondary and Tertiary Care

NICE Clinical Guidelines, No. 14

School of Health and Related Research (ScHARR), University of Sheffield.

Sheffield (UK): University of Sheffield; 2004 May.
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The scope of this guideline was care, and classification, of women at risk of breast cancer because of family history. The guideline covers women aged 18 years and older. It does not cover women who have breast cancer. It does not cover the care and management of men who may be at risk because of family history. The guideline addresses care in primary, secondary and tertiary care in respect of these women. However, the guideline does not cover in detail some aspects of some interventions that may be relevant, for example it does not address methods of screening in detail as that is outwith the scope.

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McIntosh A, Shaw C, Evans G, Turnbull N, Bahar N, Barclay M, Easton D, Emery J, Gray J, Halpin J, Hopwood P, McKay J, Sheppard C, Sibbering M, Watson W, Wailoo A, Hutchinson A (2004) Clinical Guidelines and Evidence Review for The Classification and Care of Women at Risk of Familial Breast Cancer, London: National Collaborating Centre for Primary Care/University of Sheffield

This work is undertaken by ScHARR, University of Sheffield which received funding from the Royal College of General Practitioners on behalf of the National Institute for Clinical Excellence. The views expressed in this Publication are those of the authors and not necessarily those of either the Royal College of General Practitioners or the National Institute for Clinical Excellence.

Copyright © 2004, School of Health and Related Research (ScHARR), University of Sheffield.

PMID: 23285501

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