Job Kisuya

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PURPOSE Cervical cancer screening has been successful in reducing the rates of cervical cancer in developed countries, but this disease remains the leading cause of cancer deaths among women in sub-Saharan Africa. We sought to understand factors associated with limited uptake of screening services in our cervical cancer-screening program in Western Kenya.(More)
BACKGROUND Our study objective was to determine the validity and reliability of the breast module of a cancer awareness measure (BCAM) among adult women in western Kenya. METHODS The study was conducted between October and November 2012, following three breast cancer screening events. Purposive and systematic random sampling methods were used to identity(More)
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