Published in Women's Health Weekly, October 6th, 2005
Researchers in the United States performed a study to "provide the basis for customizing culturally responsive social work health promotion programs aimed at eliminating breast cancer screening and mortality disparities between White and African American women."
"Survey data collected from a random sample of 853 women in rural North Carolina were used to explore the impact of psychosocial factors, including cultural beliefs, on differences by race and age in behavioral intentions if a breast lump was found," wrote M. Altpeter and colleagues. "Multivariate...
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