Breast cancer screening behaviors and intentions among asymptomatic women 50 years of age and older.

@article{Friedman1995BreastCS,
  title={Breast cancer screening behaviors and intentions among asymptomatic women 50 years of age and older.},
  author={Lois C. Friedman and Allison Woodruff and Michael H. Lane and Armin D. Weinberg and Herbert P Cooper and John A Webb},
  journal={American journal of preventive medicine},
  year={1995},
  volume={11 4},
  pages={218-23}
}
We examined predictors of (1) compliance with yearly mammography and clinical breast examination (CBE) and (2) intention to obtain mammography and CBE within the following year. Subjects were 312 asymptomatic female hospital employees, 50 years or older, who had participated in a free worksite breast cancer screening program. Mammograms and CBEs had been obtained by 79% and 76% of the subjects, respectively, during the preceding 12 months. The majority of the subjects indicated that they were… CONTINUE READING

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