Negative cancer beliefs, recognition of cancer symptoms and anticipated time to help-seeking: an international cancer benchmarking partnership (ICBP) study.
Pedersen, Anette Fischer; Forbes, Lindsay; Brain, Kate; Hvidberg, Line; Wulff, Christian Nielsen; Lagerlund, Magdalena; Hajdarevic, Senada; Quaife, Samantha L; Vedsted, Peter.
; 18(1): 363, 2018 04 02.
Artigo em Inglês | MEDLINE | ID: mdl-29609534
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