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Health Beliefs of Nursing Faculty Students about Breast Cancer and Self Breast Examination
Ardahan, Melek; Dinc, Hulya; Yaman, Askin; Aykir, Emrah; Aslan, Baver;
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 Abstract
Background: Breast cancer usually shows a slow development rate and when it is recognized in early stages very successful treatment results can be achieved. This research was planned to research the health beliefs of nursing faculty students about breast cancer and breast self-examination (BSE). Materials and Methods: The first class students of nursing faculty formed the basis for this descriptive research (N
 Keywords
Breast cancer;breast self-examination;health beliefs;Turkish nursing faculty students;
 Language
English
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