New strategies needed to improve implementation of familial colorectal cancer guidelines

N. Dekker, R. Hermens, G. Elwyn, F. Nagengast, H. De Wilt, H. Van Krieken, M. Ligtenberg, T. Van Der Weijden, W. Van Zelst-Stams & N. Hoogerbrugge
Background: Currently, only 12–49% of individuals with an increased familial colorectal cancer (CRC) risk are referred for effective cancer prevention. Objectives: To improve referral rates for genetic counselling and surveillance colonoscopies for high-risk and moderate-risk families,[for full text, please go to the a.m. URL]