Breast cancer screening disparities among immigrant women by world region of origin: a population‐based study in Ontario, Canada

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Rates of mammography screening for breast cancer are disproportionately low in certain subgroups including low-income and immigrant women. The purpose of the study was to examine differences in rates of appropriate breast cancer screening (i.e., screening mammography every 2 years) among Ontario immigrant women by world region of origin and explore the… (More)
DOI: 10.1002/cam4.700

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@inproceedings{Vahabi2016BreastCS, title={Breast cancer screening disparities among immigrant women by world region of origin: a population‐based study in Ontario, Canada}, author={Mandana Vahabi and Aisha Lofters and Matthew Kumar and Richard H. Glazier}, booktitle={Cancer medicine}, year={2016} }