Athene Wilson-Glover

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This qualitative study explores African-American men's perceptions about prostate cancer (CaP) screening and assesses the acceptability of various strategies and settings for interventions to promote informed decision-making. We conducted four focus groups among healthy men (n=37) and two groups among CaP survivors (n=14) aged 35-70 in the greater Boston(More)
6059 Background: The high CaP incidence and mortality of black men combined with their relatively low rate of CaP screening and their elevated risk of presenting with advanced disease has led to their being identified as a high-priority group for screening. The benefit of screening, however, is uncertain. Most guidelines recommend that men make an(More)
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