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We wish to reply to the interesting comments concerning our paper on phenocopies in families positive for mutations in BRCA1/2 genes since its electronic publication in October 2006.1 We understand the reservations about changing practice in reassuring individuals who test negative for a family mutation based on one largely retrospective analysis of families, and clearly there is a need to confirm our results in other large series. We were particularly careful to obviate …
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