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Targeted chemotherapy for breast cancer: patients perception of the use of tumor gene profiling approaches to better adapt treatments.

 
Type de document
Articles dans des revues scientifiques
Titre original du chapitre
Targeted chemotherapy for breast cancer: patients perception of the use of tumor gene profiling approaches to better adapt treatments.
Auteurs physiques
Pellegrini, I., Rapti, M., Extra, J. M., Petri Cal, A., Apostolidis, T., Ferrero, J. M., Bachelot, T., Viens, P., Bertucci, F., Julian-Reynier, C.
Date d'édition
2012
Revue
Medecine Sciences : 28 Spec No 1:24-7. Review. French. PMID:22494653[PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE] doi: 10.1051/medsci/2012281s107
Résumé du document en anglais
Abstract
The purpose of this review of the literature is to document how breast cancer patients perceive the use of tumor gene profiling approaches to better adapt treatments, and to identify the features of these approaches that may impact their clinical application. In general, the use of tumor genomic analysis was perceived by patients as an approach facilitating personalized medicine and received considerable support. Nevertheless, a number of confusions and worries about these practices were also identified. Improving the quality of provider/patient communications should enable patients to play a more active part in the decision-making about their treatment. This will ensure that those who agree to their tumor gene analysis have realistic expectations and sound deductions of the final result disclosure process.

Code bibliographique
12_S41
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