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Cervical cancer screening in Montreal: Building evidence to support primary care and policy interventions

TitleCervical cancer screening in Montreal: Building evidence to support primary care and policy interventions
Year of Publication2018
AuthorsDatta, G. D., Blair A., Sylvestre M-P., Gauvin L., Drouin M., and Mayrand M-H.
JournalPreventive Medicine
Volume111
Pages265 - 271
Keywordscancer prevention, epidemiology, health policy, inequalities, primary care, public health, screening, women's health
Abstract

{In Canada, over 40% of invasive cervical cancers occur among women who have never been screened. Although 12% of Canadian women have never been screened, this number can be as high as 43% among certain social groups. Little is published on factors associated with screening uptake and inequalities among women residing in Quebec. Four waves of the Canadian Community Health Survey (2003, 2005, 2008, 2012

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