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Published in Oncology

Journal Scan / Research · February 06, 2023

Psychosocial Consequences of Whole‐Body MRI Surveillance in Individuals With Heritable TP53‐Related Cancer Syndrome



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Whole-body MRI surveillance in TP53 carriers is perceived as beneficial with no increase in cancer worry regardless of previous cancer: Data from the Swedish TP53 Study
Cancer 2023 Jan 05;[EPub Ahead of Print], M Omran, H Johansson, C Lundgren, G Silander, M Stenmark-Askmalm, N Loman, A Baan, J Adra, E Kuchinskaya, L Blomqvist, E Tham, S Bajalica-Lagercrantz, Y Brandberg

From MEDLINE®/PubMed®, a database of the U.S. National Library of Medicine.

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