Racial differences in knowledge, attitudes, and cancer screening practices among a triracial rural population.

Abstract

BACKGROUND Low-income, minority, and rural women face a greater burden with regard to cancer-related morbidity and mortality and are usually underrepresented in cancer control research. The Robeson County Outreach, Screening and Education Project sought to increase mammography use among low-income, minority, and rural women age > 40 years. The current… (More)
DOI: 10.1002/cncr.20671

Topics

6 Figures and Tables

Cite this paper

@article{Paskett2004RacialDI, title={Racial differences in knowledge, attitudes, and cancer screening practices among a triracial rural population.}, author={Electra D Paskett and Cathy M. Tatum and Julia T Rushing and Robert Michielutte and Ronny Antonio Bell and Kristie M Long Foley and Marisa A Bittoni and Stephanie L. Dickinson}, journal={Cancer}, year={2004}, volume={101 11}, pages={2650-9} }