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Published on 28.11.12 in Vol 1, No 2 (2012): Jul-Dec

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Works citing "A Personalized Automated Messaging System to Improve Adherence to Prostate Cancer Screening: Research Protocol"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/resprot.2398):

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  1. Le D, Aldoory L, Garza MA, Fryer CS, Sawyer R, Holt CL. A Spiritually-Based Text Messaging Program to Increase Cervical Cancer Awareness Among African American Women: Design and Development of the CervixCheck Pilot Study. JMIR Formative Research 2018;2(1):e5
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  2. Zargoush M, Gümüş M, Verter V, Daskalopoulou SS. Designing Risk-Adjusted Therapy for Patients with Hypertension. Production and Operations Management 2018;27(12):2291
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  3. Le D, Holt CL. CervixCheck: A Spiritually-Based Text Messaging Intervention to Promote Cervical Cancer Awareness and Pap Test Screening Intention among African-American Women. Journal of Health Communication 2018;23(9):842
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  4. Pham Q, Cafazzo JA, Feifer A. Adoption, Acceptability, and Effectiveness of a Mobile Health App for Personalized Prostate Cancer Survivorship Care: Protocol for a Realist Case Study of the Ned App. JMIR Research Protocols 2017;6(10):e197
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  5. Ayer T, Alagoz O, Stout NK, Burnside ES. Heterogeneity in Women’s Adherence and Its Role in Optimal Breast Cancer Screening Policies. Management Science 2016;62(5):1339
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  6. MacLaughlin KL, Swanson KM, Naessens JM, Angstman KB, Chaudhry R. Cervical cancer screening: a prospective cohort study of the effects of historical patient compliance and a population-based informatics prompted reminder on screening rates. Journal of Evaluation in Clinical Practice 2014;20(2):136
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  7. Cooper CP, Gelb CA, Hawkins NA. How many “Get Screened” messages does it take? Evidence from colorectal cancer screening promotion in the United States, 2012. Preventive Medicine 2014;60:27
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  8. Milward J, Lynskey M, Strang J. Solving the problem of non-attendance in substance abuse services. Drug and Alcohol Review 2014;33(6):625
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