Disparities in Genetic Testing for Heritable Solid-Tumor Malignancies.
Dillon J, Ademuyiwa FO, Barrett M, Moss HA, Wignall E, Menendez C, Hughes KS, Plichta JK.
Surgical oncology clinics of North America. 2022; 31(1): 109-126

Abstract

Genetic testing offers providers a potentially life saving tool for identifying and intervening in high-risk individuals. However, disparities in receipt of genetic testing have been consistently demonstrated and undoubtedly have significant implications for the populations not receiving the standard of care. If correctly used, there is the potential for genetic testing to play a role in decreasing health disparities among individuals of different races and ethnicities. However, if genetic testing continues to revolutionize cancer care while being disproportionately distributed, it also has the potential to widen the existing mortality gap between various racial and ethnic populations. CI - Copyright (c) 2021 Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved.



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