KNOWLEDGE OF BREAST CANCER AND EARLY DETECTION MEASURES AMONG REVEREND SISTERS IN ANAMBRA STATE

ABSTRACT This study assessed the knowledge of breast cancer and early detection measures of reverend sisters in Anambra State. Eight objectives and eight research questions were raised to guide the study. Cross-sectional descriptive survey design was used. A sample size of 324 respondents was drawn from an estimated population of 794 sisters of the various […]

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BREAST CANCER AWARENESS AND PRACTICE OF BREAST SELF EXAMINATION AMONG RURAL WOMEN IN UMUOWA, ORLU LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA IMO STATE

ABSTRACT Breast cancer is said to be the commonest cancer and the most lethal malignancy in women across the world. Most of the cases are brought late to the hospital when the conditions are severe with multiple nodal involvements and poorer clinical pathological prognostic outcome. If braest changes are detected early and treatment commenced early […]

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