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Genetic Testing Information Study

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Do you have a family member with breast or ovarian cancer? Have you been diagnosed with breast cancer before the age of 50? If so, we would like to invite you to participate in a study that will help us to understand how women think about genetic testing for breast/ovarian cancer.

We are looking for women who:

  • Have a family member with breast or ovarian cancer


  • Have been diagnosed with breast cancer before the age of 50

You will be able to complete the study either online or at the University of Pennsylvania . You will also compensated $20 for your time.

If you want to participate or have additional questions, please call Cristin at 215-573-4658 or email healthstudy@asc.upenn.edu.

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