Exploring clinicians' attitudes about using aspirin for risk reduction in people with Lynch Syndrome with no personal diagnosis of colorectal cancer
Yanni Chen, Michelle Peate, Rajneesh Kaur, Bettina Meiser, Tim Wong, Judy Kirk, Robyn L Ward, Annabel Goodwin, Finlay Macrae, Janet Hiller, Alison H Trainer, Gillian Mitchell
Familial Cancer | SPRINGER | Published : 2017
Awarded by National Breast Cancer Foundation Early Career Fellowship
Awarded by National Breast Cancer Foundation
This work is carried out with support from the University of New South Wales and the Inherited Cancer Connect (ICCon) Partnership. The ICCon Partnership is funded by the Cancer Council New South Wales Strategic Research Partnership (STREP) scheme. The authors would like to extend their gratitude to the participants involved in this research, directors of the familial cancer clinics in Australia and the professional organisations (COSA, CSSANZ, CNSA and GESA) who sent out the invitation emails. Michelle Peate is supported by a National Breast Cancer Foundation Early Career Fellowship (ECF-15-005).