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Cancer Screening in Hard-to-Reach Populations

Department of Medicine, The University of Tennessee Graduate School of Medicine, Knoxville, Tennessee, USA

Special Issues: Cancer screening in hard-to-reach populations

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1. Karent Zorogastua, Pathu Sriphanlop, Alyssa Reich, et al. (2017) Breast and Cervical Cancer Screening among US and non-US Born African American Muslim Women in New York City. AIMS Public Health 4: 78-93.    

2. Eleni L. Tolma, Kimberly Engelman, Julie A. Stoner, et al. (2016) The Design of a Multi-component Intervention to Promote Screening Mammography in an American Indian Community: The Native Women's Health Project. AIMS Public Health 3: 933-955.    

3. Yan Lin, Xi Gong, Richard Mousseau (2016) Barriers of Female Breast, Colorectal, and Cervical Cancer Screening Among American Indians-Where to Intervene? AIMS Public Health 3: 891-906.    

4. Caroline B T Makura, Kathryn Schnippel, Pamela Michelow, et al. (2016) Choropleth Mapping of Cervical Cancer Screening in South Africa Using Healthcare Facility-level Data from the National Laboratory Network. AIMS Public Health 3: 849-862.

5. Cannas Kwok (2016) Conducting Cancer Research among Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Groups in Australia: A Reflection on Challenges and Strategies. AIMS Public Health 3: 460-469.    

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