African-American Breast Cancer Survivors Participating in a Breast Cancer Support Group: Translating Research into Practice

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Despite an overall decline in mortality, breast cancer is the most commonly diagnosed cancer and the second most common cause of cancer death among African-American women. As such, clinicians should prepare to address the unique sociocultural and psychological concerns encountered by African-American women breast cancer survivors. The objective of this… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s13187-013-0592-8

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@article{Wells2013AfricanAmericanBC, title={African-American Breast Cancer Survivors Participating in a Breast Cancer Support Group: Translating Research into Practice}, author={Anjanette A. Wells and Lauren E Gulbas and Vetta Sanders-Thompson and En-jung Shon and Matthew W Kreuter}, journal={Journal of Cancer Education}, year={2013}, volume={29}, pages={619-625} }