HPV knowledge, Attitudes, and Cultural Beliefs Among Hispanic Men And Women Living on the Texas-Mexico Border

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US Hispanic women have higher cervical cancer incidence rates than non-Hispanic White and African-American women and lower rates of cervical cancer screening. Knowledge, attitudes, and cultural beliefs may play a role in higher rates of infection of human papillomavirus (HPV) and decisions about subsequent diagnosis and treatment of cervical cancer.

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