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Background:We examined cervical cancer incidence before and after nationwide cervical cancer screening was initiated in Taiwan in mid-1995.Results:The invasive cancer incidence decreased by 47.8% during 1995–2006. The carcinoma in situ incidence increased 1.7-fold during 1995–2000, and decreased by 19.6% during 2000–2006.Conclusion:The Taiwan national(More)
OBJECTIVE This study assesses the effects of a 2005 increase in funding for smoking cessation services on provider participation, patient utilisation of smoking cessation services and cessation outcome at a six-month follow-up. METHODS Analyses are based on existing databases and on a follow-up study among smokers participating in the smoking cessation(More)
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