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Published on 02.03.15 in Vol 1, No 1 (2015): Jan-Jun

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Works citing "YouTube Videos Related to Skin Cancer: A Missed Opportunity for Cancer Prevention and Control"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/cancer.4204):

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  1. Julian AK, Welch J, Bean MM, Shahid S, Perna FM. Information About Sunscreen on YouTube and Considerations for Sun Safety Promotion: Content Analysis. JMIR Dermatology 2020;3(1):e14411
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  2. Cho H, Silver N, Na K, Adams D, Luong KT, Song C. Visual Cancer Communication on Social Media: An Examination of Content and Effects of #Melanomasucks. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2018;20(9):e10501
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  3. Brachtenbach T, Cardenas R, Pate H, Solis L, Chinnery L, Bowers A, Vassar M. YouTube: Searching for answers about breast cancer. Breast Disease 2020;39(2):85
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  4. Basch CH, Wahrman MZ, MacLean SA, Garcia P. Escherichia coli on the internet: The power of YouTube to educate and influence consumer behavior regarding pathogenic bacteria. Infection, Disease & Health 2019;24(2):107
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  5. , , , , . Are DISCERN and JAMA Suitable Instruments for Assessing YouTube Videos on Thyroid Cancer? Methodological Concerns. Journal of Cancer Education 2020;
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  6. Nagpal SJS, Karimianpour A, Mukhija D, Mohan D, Brateanu A. YouTube videos as a source of medical information during the Ebola hemorrhagic fever epidemic. SpringerPlus 2015;4(1)
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  7. Hillyer GC, MacLean SA, Beauchemin M, Basch CH, Schmitt KM, Segall L, Kelsen M, Brogan FL, Schwartz GK. YouTube Videos as a Source of Information About Clinical Trials: Observational Study. JMIR Cancer 2018;4(1):e10060
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  8. Kecojevic A, Basch C, Basch C, Kernan W. Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis YouTube Videos: Content Evaluation. JMIR Public Health and Surveillance 2018;4(1):e19
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  9. Gantenbein L, Navarini AA, Maul LV, Brandt O, Mueller SM. Internet and social media use in dermatology patients: Search behavior and impact on patient‐physician relationship. Dermatologic Therapy 2020;
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  10. Basch CE, Basch CH, Hillyer GC, Jaime C. The Role of YouTube and the Entertainment Industry in Saving Lives by Educating and Mobilizing the Public to Adopt Behaviors for Community Mitigation of COVID-19: Successive Sampling Design Study. JMIR Public Health and Surveillance 2020;6(2):e19145
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  11. Basch CH, Hillyer GC. Skin cancer on Instagram: implications for adolescents and young adults. International Journal of Adolescent Medicine and Health 2020;0
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  12. Ng JY, Ting DSJ, Vaideanu-Collins D, Mudhar HS, Wagner B, Goggin P, Gibson A, Patel T. Self-tattooing of eyeball with inadvertent corneoscleral perforation: the implication of social media. Eye 2019;33(10):1672
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  13. Blake KD, Thai C, Falisi A, Chou WS, Oh A, Jackson D, Gaysynsky A, Hesse BW. Video-Based Interventions for Cancer Control: A Systematic Review. Health Education & Behavior 2020;47(2):249
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  14. Basch CH, Hillyer GC, Zagnit EA, Basch CE. YouTube coverage of COVID-19 vaccine development: implications for awareness and uptake. Human Vaccines & Immunotherapeutics 2020;:1
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According to Crossref, the following books are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/cancer.4204):

  1. , , , , . Handbuch Gesundheitskommunikation. 2016. Chapter 14-1:1
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  2. , , , , . Handbuch der Gesundheitskommunikation. 2019. Chapter 14:171
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