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Lifetime Risk, Ambiguous Results and Shared Decision Making: The Case of Genetic Testing

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Dr. Yaniv Hanoch, Associate Professor of Psychology, University of Plymouth, England
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Using breast cancer genetic screening as a case study, Dr. Yaniv Hanoch, associate professor of psychology at the University of Plymouth (England), discussed how his research highlights the difficulties human beings have in making decisions based on ambiguous or inconclusive results, as well as the difficulties medical professionals sometimes have in accurately conveying these results to patients.

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Video Date: 
April 2015
Academic Year: 
2014-2015