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Understanding Young Women’s Cervical Cancer Screening Attendance

Muller, Tanya


Cervical screening to identify pre-cancerous changes, and their subsequent treatment, prevents most cervical cancers. However, recent data from Australian screening registries indicates that 42% of eligible women did not attend cervical screening in 2013-14. The rates of screening non-attendance are high and increasing among young women in Australia and other developed countries. However, there is little research to explain why young women are less likely to...[Show more]

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Date published: 2016
Type: Thesis (DPsych(Clinical))


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