Community Survey Highlights Importance of Breastfeeding in Ovarian Cancer and permitted Care of Patients

A follow-up analysis was also conducted to evaluate women who enrolled in the NCI-designated cancer clinics in South and Central Carolina.
The vast majority of participants (94 percent) said changes to the care they received changed their perception of the care performed.
Sexual assault was the most common reason respondents cited in choosing community care, followed by physical abuse and discrimination, followed by screenings, followed by communication barriers.

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