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Perceived Threat and Internet Use Predict Intentions to Get Bowel Cancer Screening (Colonoscopy): Longitudinal Questionnaire Study

Perceived Threat and Internet Use Predict Intentions to Get Bowel Cancer Screening (Colonoscopy): Longitudinal Questionnaire Study

The study was conducted in German language and described as a survey on cancer screening, and targeted a group of participants aged between 45 and 55 years.

Daniela Becker, Johannes Grapendorf, Hannah Greving, Kai Sassenberg

J Med Internet Res 2018;20(2):e46


Repeated Automated Mobile Text Messaging Reminders for Follow-Up of Positive Fecal Occult Blood Tests: Randomized Controlled Trial

Repeated Automated Mobile Text Messaging Reminders for Follow-Up of Positive Fecal Occult Blood Tests: Randomized Controlled Trial

The effectiveness of mass cancer screening programs can be compromised by lack of follow-up of abnormal findings. Incomplete FOBT follow-up with colonoscopy is a significant problem that has been studied extensively.

Revital Azulay, Liora Valinsky, Fabienne Hershkowitz, Racheli Magnezi

JMIR Mhealth Uhealth 2019;7(2):e11114


“Thanks for Letting Us All Share Your Mammogram Experience Virtually”: Developing a Web-Based Hub for Breast Cancer Screening

“Thanks for Letting Us All Share Your Mammogram Experience Virtually”: Developing a Web-Based Hub for Breast Cancer Screening

In breast cancer screening, information on both benefits and risks needs to be balanced in order to help women make choices about whether to get a mammogram.

Adam Galpin, Joanne Meredith, Cathy Ure, Leslie Robinson

JMIR Cancer 2017;3(2):e17


Development and Validation of a Personalized, Web-Based Decision Aid for Lung Cancer Screening Using Mixed Methods: A Study Protocol

Development and Validation of a Personalized, Web-Based Decision Aid for Lung Cancer Screening Using Mixed Methods: A Study Protocol

The National Lung Screening Trial demonstrated that lung cancer screening with low-dose computed tomography (LDCT) has the potential to significantly reduce lung cancer mortality [2].

Yan Kwan Lau, Tanner J Caverly, Sarah T Cherng, Pianpian Cao, Mindy West, Douglas Arenberg, Rafael Meza

JMIR Res Protoc 2014;3(4):e78


Association Between Adherence to Cancer Screening and Knowledge of Screening Guidelines: Feasibility Study Linking Self-Reported Survey Data With Medical Records

Association Between Adherence to Cancer Screening and Knowledge of Screening Guidelines: Feasibility Study Linking Self-Reported Survey Data With Medical Records

Health literacy has been shown to be associated with being within recommended cancer screening guidelines [7,8], and studies have shown an association between knowledge about cancer screening and screening uptake [9-13].

Aisha K Lofters, Deanna Telner, Sumeet Kalia, Morgan Slater

JMIR Cancer 2018;4(2):e10529