“When You Have Gotten Help, That Means You Were Strong”: A Qualitative Study of Experiences in a “Screen and Treat” Program for Cervical Cancer Prevention in Malawi
31 juillet 2020

Disproportionate cervical cancer burden falls on women in low-income countries, and there are new efforts to scale up prevention worldwide, including via “screen and treat” for detection and removal of abnormal cervical lesions. This study examines Malawian women’s experiences with “screen and treat”; this is an under-explored topic in the literature, which has focused largely on knowledge about and attitudes toward screening, but not on experiences with screening.

You can access the full article here: https://doi.org/10.1007/s13187-020-01828-9

Authors: Corrina Moucheraud, Paul Kawale, Savel Kafwafwa, Roshan Bastani & Risa M. Hoffman

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