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Preferences of community physicians for cancer screening guidelines.

Czaja R, McFall SL, Warnecke RB, Ford L, Kaluzny AD.

Ann Intern Med. 1994 Apr 1;120(7):602-8.

PMID:
8117000
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Attitudes of Colorado health professionals toward breast and cervical cancer screening in Hispanic women.

Bakemeier RF, Krebs LU, Murphy JR, Shen Z, Ryals T.

J Natl Cancer Inst Monogr. 1995;(18):95-100.

PMID:
8562228
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Implementation of cancer prevention guidelines in clinical practice.

McPhee SJ, Bird JA.

J Gen Intern Med. 1990 Sep-Oct;5(5 Suppl):S116-22.

PMID:
2231052
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Report from the CDC. Pap test intervals used by physicians serving low-income women through the National Breast and Cervical Cancer Early Detection Program.

Cooper CP, Saraiya M, McLean TA, Hannan J, Liesmann JM, Rose SW, Lawson HW.

J Womens Health (Larchmt). 2005 Oct;14(8):670-8.

PMID:
16232098
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Early detection and control of cancer in clinical practice.

Bergner M, Allison CJ, Diehr P, Ford LG, Feigl P.

Arch Intern Med. 1990 Feb;150(2):431-6.

PMID:
2302018
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The effects of implementation of the Agency for Health Care Policy and Research urinary incontinence guidelines in primary care practices.

Bland DR, Dugan E, Cohen SJ, Preisser J, Davis CC, McGann PE, Suggs PK, Pearce KF.

J Am Geriatr Soc. 2003 Jul;51(7):979-84.

PMID:
12834518
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Prostate cancer screening--a physician survey in Missouri.

Lawson DA, Simoes EJ, Sharp D, Murayi T, Hagan R, Brownson RC, Wilkerson J.

J Community Health. 1998 Oct;23(5):347-58.

PMID:
9793832
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Family physicians' perspectives on ovarian cancer.

Gray RE, Chart P, Carroll JC, Fitch MI, Cloutier-Fisher D.

Cancer Prev Control. 1999 Feb;3(1):61-7.

PMID:
10474754
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Variation in recommendations for cancer screening among primary care physicians in New Mexico.

Herman CJ, Hoffman RM, Altobelli KK.

J Community Health. 1999 Aug;24(4):253-67.

PMID:
10463470
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Why do patients of female physicians have higher rates of breast and cervical cancer screening?

Lurie N, Margolis KL, McGovern PG, Mink PJ, Slater JS.

J Gen Intern Med. 1997 Jan;12(1):34-43.

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Primary care practice and facility quality orientation: influence on breast and cervical cancer screening rates.

Goldzweig CL, Parkerton PH, Washington DL, Lanto AB, Yano EM.

Am J Manag Care. 2004 Apr;10(4):265-72.

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A national survey of primary care physicians' colorectal cancer screening recommendations and practices.

Klabunde CN, Frame PS, Meadow A, Jones E, Nadel M, Vernon SW.

Prev Med. 2003 Mar;36(3):352-62.

PMID:
12634026
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Patients' anxiety and expectations: how they influence family physicians' decisions to order cancer screening tests.

Haggerty J, Tudiver F, Brown JB, Herbert C, Ciampi A, Guibert R.

Can Fam Physician. 2005 Dec;51:1658-9.

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Colorectal cancer screening by general practitioners: comparison with national guidelines.

Olynyk JK, Aquilia S, Platell CF, Fletcher DR, Henderson S, Dickinson JA.

Med J Aust. 1998 Apr 6;168(7):331-4.

PMID:
9577443
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Survey of physicians' attitudes and practices in early cancer detection.

[No authors listed]

CA Cancer J Clin. 1985 Jul-Aug;35(4):197-213.

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