Patients make better decisions with personalized risk discussion

02/28/2013 | Reuters

A review paper in the Cochrane Library suggests patients who are given a personalized risk assessment make better screening decisions than those who receive generic information about risk. A study of nearly 29,000 participants showed 45% of those given personalized information made informed decisions, compared with 20% of those who received generic information.

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