Report questions value of taking family medical history

11/3/2009 | Reuters

Canadian researchers said the data gained from a patient's family medical history doesn't improve a clinician's ability to predict or manage disease. Their analysis found patients were more accurate reporting the absence of disease in relatives than the presence of disease and had better information about first-degree relatives than distant kin.

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