"5 Mins of Uncomfyness Is Better than Dealing with Cancer 4 a Lifetime": an Exploratory Qualitative Analysis of Cervical and Breast Cancer Screening Dialogue on Twitter.
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Compared to all articles in Journal of cancer education : the official journal of the American Association for Cancer Education
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"5 Mins of Uncomfyness Better than Dealing with Cancer 4 Life" http://t.co/Z5n8xNqx Study of cancer ccreening dialogue on Twitter

"5 Mins of Uncomfyness Better than Dealing with Cancer 4 Life" http://t.co/Z5n8xNqx … Study of cancer screening dialogue on Twitter

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1 US 64%
2 GB 21%
3 Other 14%
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Members of the public 18 64%
Scientists 5 17%
Practitioners (doctors, other healthcare professionals) 3 10%
Science communicators (journalists, bloggers, editors) 2 7%
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