Breast cancer continues to be the leading cause of cancer in women of all races (CDC, 2017). The September 2017 issue of the Henderson Repository CNE community gives evidence for practice regarding regarding Genetics in Breast Cancer. This collection highlights three components (view three repository records below) including hereditary breast and ovarian cancer (HBOC) risk assessment, the use of an evidence-based decision aid for women who are unaffected BRCA mutation carriers, and chemo related cognitive disturbances in older breast cancer survivors.

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Recent Submissions

  • Development of a Decision Aid for Unaffected BRCA Mutation Carriers 

    Jabaley Leonarczyk, Terri (2017-06-20)

    This item is part of a CNE course. The material is freely available in the Henderson Repository. The CNE course (and associated fee, if any) is not part of the Henderson Repository. To access the ...

  • NPWH Position Statement on HBOC Risk Assessment 

    National Association of Nurse Practitioners in Women's Health (2017-05-18)

    This item is part of a CNE course. The material is freely available in the Henderson Repository. The CNE course (and associated fee, if any) is not part of the Henderson Repository. To access the ...

  • Descriptive Study of Cognitive Disturbances in Older Breast Cancer Survivors 

    Craft, Melissa A. (2016-03-21)
    This item is part of a CNE course. The material is freely available in the Henderson Repository. The CNE course (and associated fee, if any) is not part of the Henderson Repository. To access the ...