Towards skin cancer prevention and early detection: Evolution of skin cancer awareness campaigns in Australia.

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Iannacone, M. R., & Green, A. C., (2014). Towards skin cancer prevention and early detection: Evolution of skin cancer awareness campaigns in Australia. Melanoma Management, 1(1), 75-84.
Since the 1980s, Australia’s mass-media campaigns promoting skin cancer awareness, namely skin cancer-preventative behaviors and early detection, have targeted the general communi…

Trends in colorectal cancer screening over time for persons with and without chronic disability.

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Iezzoni, L. I., Kurtz, S. G., & Rao, S. R., (2016). Trends in colorectal cancer screening over time for persons with and without chronic disability. Disability and Health Journal, 9(3), 498-509.
Background—Persons with disabilities have often experienced disparities in routine cancer screening. However, with civil rights protections from the 1990 Americans with Disabiliti…

Sustainable and cost-effective teenage breast awareness campaigns: Insights from a Nigerian high school intervention study.

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Ifediora, C. O., & Azuike, E. C., (2019). Sustainable and cost-effective teenage breast awareness campaigns: Insights from a Nigerian high school intervention study. Journal of Evaluation in Clinical Practice, 2019, 1-11.
Background: With limited government‐sponsored breast screening programmes in developing countries, breast awareness remains the only realistic survival hope for millions. Poor lev…

Prostate cancer screening patient decision aids: A systematic review and meta-analysis.

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Ivlev, I., Jerabkova, S., Mishra, M., Cook, L. A., & Eden, K. B., (2018). Prostate cancer screening patient decision aids: A systematic review and meta-analysis. American Journal of Preventive Medicine, 55(6), 896-907.
Context: Although screening recommendations for prostate cancer using prostate-specific antigen testing often include shared decision making, the effect of patient decision aids o…

The effect of educational program based on PRECEDE model in promoting prostate cancer screening in a sample of Iranian men.

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Jeihooni, A. K., Kashfi, S. M., Hatami, M., Avand, A., & Bazrafshan, A.-R., (2019). The effect of educational program based on PRECEDE model in promoting prostate cancer screening in a sample of Iranian men. Journal of Cancer Education, 34, 161-172.
Prostate cancer is one of the most prevalent diseases among men. This study aimed to assess the effect of educational program based on Predisposing, Reinforcing, and Enabling Cons…

Prostate care and prostate cancer from the perspectives of undiagnosed men: A systematic review of qualitative research.

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Kannan, A., Kirkman, M., Ruseckaite, R., & Evans, S. M., (2019). Prostate care and prostate cancer from the perspectives of undiagnosed men: A systematic review of qualitative research. BMJ Open, 9, e022842.
Objectives: To summarise and evaluate evidence from men who had not been diagnosed with prostate cancer about their perspectives on prostate care and prostate cancer. Design: A s…

Awareness of breast cancer risk factors and practice of breast self examination among high school students in Turkey.

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Karayurt, O., Ozmen, D., & Cetinkaya, A. C., (2008). Awareness of breast cancer risk factors and practice of breast self examination among high school students in Turkey. BMC Public Health, 8, 358.
Background: Young breast cancer patients have a lower rate of survival than old breast cancer patients due to being diagnosed at advanced stages. Breast self-examination makes wom…

Minimal social network effects evident in cancer screening behavior.

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Keating, N. L., O’Malley, A. J., Murabito, J. M., Smith, K. P., & Christakis, N. C., (2011). Minimal social network effects evident in cancer screening behavior. Cancer, 117, 3045-3054.
Background: Social networks may influence screening behaviors. We assessed whether screening for breast, prostate, or colorectal cancer is influenced by the actual screening behav…

Measuring beliefs related to colorectal cancer screening behaviour among Iranian middle-aged and elderly: A psychometric study.

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Khashij, S., Jalilian, F., Vaezi, M., Jalilian, M., Gharibnavaz, H., Ahmadi-Jouybari, T., Naghibifar, Z., & Karami, H., (2018). Measuring beliefs related to colorectal cancer screening behaviour among Iranian middle-aged and elderly: A psychometric study. Asian Pacific Journal of Cancer Prevention, 19(8), 2211-2216.
The annual fecal occult blood test is a very important method for colorectal cancer early detection through screening. Our aim was to assess psychometrics of instrument measuring …

Self-administered HPV testing as a cervical cancer screening option: Exploring the perspectives of hispanic and Arab women in the United States .

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Kidder, E.O. (2014). Self-administered HPV testing as a cervical cancer screening option: Exploring the perspectives of hispanic and Arab women in the United States (Doctoral dissertation). Available from ProQuest Dissertations and Theses database. (UMI No. 3630899)
Background: Though significant gains have been made in preventing cervical cancer over the past 30 years, it continues to cause morbidity and mortality among women in the United S…

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