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Research outputs: BREAST CANCER

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2018 Breast and cervical cancer screening prevalence and associated factors among women in the South African general population

The aims of the study were to estimate the prevalence of breast and cervical cancer screening among women in the South African general popul...

2014 Breast and cervical cancer screening and associated factors among older adult women in South Africa

Little is known about the cancer screening prevalence and correlates in older adults from different racial backgrounds. In the context of he...

2014 Knowledge, attitude and practice of breast self-examination among female university students from 24 low, middle income and emerging economy countries

(BSE) among female university students from 24 low, middle income and emerging economy countries. Using anonymous questionnaires, data were ...

2014 Awareness of breast cancer risk among female university students from 24 low, middle income and emerging economy countries

The aim of this study was to investigate the awareness of breast cancer risk factors among female university students in 24 low, middle inco...