Culture, attitude and knowledge about breast cancer and preventive measures: a qualitative study of South Asian breast cancer patients in the UK.

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BACKGROUND Little is known about the influence of culture and beliefs about breast cancer, and its implications on preventive health behaviour among South Asian people in the UK. METHODS Using a qualitative approach, 24 South Asian breast cancer patients and their significant others were interviewed. RESULTS Most patients were unfamiliar with the… (More)

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@article{Karbani2011CultureAA, title={Culture, attitude and knowledge about breast cancer and preventive measures: a qualitative study of South Asian breast cancer patients in the UK.}, author={Gulshan A Karbani and Jennifer N. W. Lim and Jenny Hewison and Karl M Atkin and Kieran Horgan and Mark Reginald Lansdown and Carol E. Chu}, journal={Asian Pacific journal of cancer prevention : APJCP}, year={2011}, volume={12 6}, pages={1619-26} }