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Value of a catch-up HPV test in women aged 65 and above: A Danish population-based nonrandomized intervention study

Authors: Mette Tranberg , et al. Study population From a total of 45,237 women eligible, 11,369 and 33,868 were allocated to the intervention and reference groups, respectively (Fig 1). After exclusions during follow-up, 11,192 (98.4%) women in the intervention group and 33,387 women (98.6%) in the reference group were included for analysis (Fig 1). The…

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Breast self-examination: Knowledge, practice and associated factors among 20 to 49 years aged women in Butwal sub-metropolitan, Rupandehi, Nepal

Authors: Manisha B. K. , et al. Abstract Background Breast cancer is the second most common cancer in the world and also among Nepalese women. Breast self-examination is an important, cheap, and easy method for early diagnosis of breast cancer which can be cured in the majority of cases if diagnosed in the early stages….

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Understanding the medication experience of patients with advanced non-small cell lung cancer taking epidermal growth factor receptor-tyrosine kinase inhibitors: A phenomenological study

Authors: Meng-Jung Wen, et al. Abstract Background and objective Patients with cancer taking oral antineoplastic medications may encounter problems including suboptimal adherence as well as physical and psychological disease burden. Despite increase in the use of oncology pharmacy services, there are wide variations between healthcare professionals and patient perceptions of patients’ medication experiences. The objective…

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