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Kathleen M. Russell, Patrick Monahan, Ann Wagle and Victoria Champion Differences in health and cultural beliefs by stage of mammography screening adoption in African American women Cancer 109

Version of Record online: 28 NOV 2006 | DOI: 10.1002/cncr.22359

At 6 months postintervention, African American women who were in the action stage of mammography screening adoption were more preventive-health oriented than were women in the precontemplation stage and had fewer barriers to screening than did women in the contemplation stage. Precontemplators had more barriers, less self-efficacy, and greater discomfort with the mammography screening environment than did contemplators or actors.

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