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The cancer experience of loved ones can have a profound effect on a person’s attitude towards cancer. New research reveals that women at high risk of breast cancer who had lived through a traumatic cancer experience expressed more interest in frequent screening or preventative surgery, compared to women who did not. This research adds to our growing understanding of how people view cancer prevention strategies. Learn more in an article from Ohio State University.