Hiroko Yako-Suketomo

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The purpose of this study was to describe the cancer-screening intention, sources of cancer information, and cancer understanding among Japanese adolescents. A cross-sectional nationwide survey involving a self-administered questionnaire was conducted. Response rates of the target schools were 46.4 % (n = 103) for junior high schools and 55.8 % (n = 116)(More)
In order to compare the impact of tobacco on cancer risk across different countries of the world, we abstracted the estimated adult (age 30 years and above) deaths attributable to tobacco for all-malignant neoplasm, trachea, bronchus and lung cancer, and all other malignant neoplasms from the WHO Global Report entitled, Mortality Attributable to Tobacco,(More)
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