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Citation : Hebert JR, Braun KL, Kaholokula JK, Armstead CA, Burch JB, Thompson B. (2015)
Considering the Role of Stress in Populations of High-Risk, Underserved Community Networks Program Centers.
Prog Community Health Partnersh 9 Suppl71-82.
Abstract : Stress experienced by the underserved communities represented in the CNPCs is marked by social, biological, and behavioral pathways that increase cancer risk. A case is presented to increase research on sociocultural determinants of health, stress, and cancer risk among racial/ethnic minorities in underserved communities.
URL Link : http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/26213406
PMID : 26213406
PMCID : PMC4702949
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