Female patients' attitudes to mammography screening.
This study compares the attitudes of women who chose or chose not to have mammography screening. Women personally invited by their physicians to have mammography were more likely to go for screening. Those who did not go for screening were more afraid of medical tests and were less likely to want to know whether they had cancer
Publisher: College of Family Physicians of Canada
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