A study in Perspectives in Psychiatric Care found that educational attainment, occupation, family breast cancer history, perceived likelihood of developing breast cancer, breast cancer fear levels and health insurance status may affect women's participation in routine mammography screenings. The findings were based on data from 1,150 women in Turkey with breast cancer.
Study examines factors tied to mammography adherence
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