Cancer Screening on the Hopi Reservation: A Model for Success in a Native American Community

@article{Brown2015CancerSO,
  title={Cancer Screening on the Hopi Reservation: A Model for Success in a Native American Community},
  author={Sylvia Rose Brown and Lori Joshweseoma and Kathylynn Saboda and Priscilla Rose Sanderson and Delores Ami and Robin J Harris},
  journal={Journal of Community Health},
  year={2015},
  volume={40},
  pages={1165-1172}
}
American Indian women have lower cancer survival rates compared to non-Hispanic White women. Increased cancer screening fostered by culturally sensitive education and community programs may help decrease this disparity. This study assesses the effectiveness of Hopi Cancer Support Services (HCSS) in maintaining high rates of breast and cervical cancer screening among Hopi women and evaluates the impact of participation in HCSS programs on colorectal cancer (CRC) screening. A population-based… CONTINUE READING

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