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Breast Cancer Early Detection: An Academic-Community Partnership in the Philippines.

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Summary of "Breast Cancer Early Detection: An Academic-Community Partnership in the Philippines."

A high proportion of patients with breast cancer in the Philippines present at an advanced stage and have a rapid, unfavorable outcome. Providing breast cancer education and early detection to this population is important to help reduce this health disparity. This article describes the impact of a train-the-trainer program, with mission groups traveling to the Philippines to promote female residents' breast cancer awareness, knowledge, and intent for future screening.

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Name: Clinical journal of oncology nursing
ISSN: 1538-067X
Pages: 547-551

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