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Thanks Brian!

Sharlene Hesse-Biber, Ph.D.

Department of Sociology

Boston College

Professor of Sociology

Director of the Women's and Gender Studies Program

McGuinn Hall 419

140 Commonwealth Avenue

Chestnut HiIl, MA. 02467

ph. 617.552.4139

fax: 617.552.4283

http://www.bc.edu/schools/cas/sociology/faculty/profiles/sharlene-hesse-biber.html

http://www.bc.edu/wgs

http://hessebiber.com

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NEW PUBLICATION: The Breast Journal

Parent of origin differences in psychosocial burden and approach to BRCA

risk management

Sharlene Hesse‐Biber PhD Andrew A. Dwyer PhD, FBP-BC Shiya Yi PhDc

First published: 28 October 2019 https://doi.org/10.1111/tbj.13633

Abstract

We conducted a mixed‐method study to examine coping response in BRCA+ women

based on parent of origin (maternally vs paternally inherited BRCA

mutation). Quantitative findings (n = 408) revealed paternally inherited

cases had genetic testing later and were more likely to have a cancer

diagnosis. Having a maternally inherited mutation was the strongest

predictor of proactive risk management response. Qualitative interviews (n

= 56) identified proactive responses among maternally inherited cases

compared to reactive responses in paternally inherited cases. Findings

underscore the importance of unbiased pedigree analysis to determine cancer

risk. Women with paternally inherited BRCA mutations may benefit from

additional psychosocial support.

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On Tue, Apr 28, 2020 at 3:34 PM Brian Neporadny <instructure@jiveon.com>