Breast cancer detection: knowledge, attitudes, and behaviors of women from Pennsylvania.

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PURPOSE/OBJECTIVES To assess relationships among breast cancer detection behaviors and selected variables in healthy women. DESIGN Correlational study. SETTING/SAMPLE A sample of 1,000 women was selected randomly from the 16,500 members of the General Federation of Women's Clubs of Pennsylvania. Respondents (N = 538; 54% response rate) were… (More)

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@article{Rutledge2001BreastCD, title={Breast cancer detection: knowledge, attitudes, and behaviors of women from Pennsylvania.}, author={Dana N. Rutledge and Andrea Marie Barsevick and Mary Tish Knobf and Marilyn Bookbinder}, journal={Oncology nursing forum}, year={2001}, volume={28 6}, pages={1032-40} }