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Getting the public involved in cancer control – doing something besides worrying 

Getting the public involved in cancer control – doing something besides worrying
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Getting the public involved in cancer control – doing something besides worrying
Author(s):

Patricia Kelly

, William Friedman

, Tara Addis

, Mark Elwood

, Claire Neal

, Mark Sarner

, and Simon Sutcliffe

DOI:
10.1093/med/9780199550173.003.0016
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date: 25 August 2019

Chapter 16 discusses how cancer control – with its greater emphasis on prevention and information prior to a cancer diagnosis – benefits from employing a public engagement/social mobilization model in many ways.

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