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The general public's information needs and perceptions regarding hereditary cancer: an application of the Integrated Change Model.
The Integrated Change Model (the I-Change Model) was used to analyse the general public's need and perceptions concerning receiving information on the role of hereditary factors with regard toExpand
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Skin cancer prevention: behaviour and motives of Dutch adolescents
Skin cancer incidence is rising in the Netherlands and prevention programmes are needed. We analysed sun protection behaviours and beliefs in 500 adolescents aged 15–20 years using the IntegratedExpand
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[The risk of cancer in the Netherlands].
OBJECTIVE Calculation of valid and detailed risks of cancer from, and up to, specific ages for inhabitants of the Netherlands. DESIGN Secondary analyses of cancer incidence and mortality rates. Expand
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Psychosocial care in family cancer clinics in The Netherlands: a brief report.
The present survey was undertaken to obtain a better understanding of the organisation of standard psychosocial services at the family cancer clinics in The Netherlands. Colleagues at the nine familyExpand
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Het gebruik van signaleringslijsten voor psychosociale problemen in de oncologie
SamenvattingZorgverleners in de oncologie vinden het belangrijk aandacht te schenken aan het psychosociaal functioneren van hun patiënten. Door uiteenlopende factoren, met name tijdsdruk, lukt hetExpand
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Planning to become a mom?
The prevalence of smoking among Dutch women is one of the highest in the European Union, with lung cancer and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease frequently the cause of death.
COVER ESSAY Planning to become a mom
Correspondence to: Trudy JJ Prins, Executive Director, DEFACTO for a smokefree future, The Hague, The Netherlands; tpri ns@defacto-rookvr i j. n I In 2000 the World Health Organization con ductedExpand