The objectives of this study were to assess the knowledge of breast cancer among female students at the College of Pharmacy at the University of Sharjah, UAE, and to evaluate the impact of the intervention program designed by the researchers on the student’s knowledge on the disease risk factors, screening methods, and their perception towards its treatment outcomes.
This is a cross-sectional study conducted among female university students in three large Universities in Ajman, namely Gulf Medical University (referred to as U1), offering health related programs; Ajman University of Science and Technology (referred to as U2) offering mostly science and technology programs; and Preston University Ajman (referred to as U3) offering science programs
The pilot study assessed the awareness and knowledge about the screening method (Breast self examination), risk factors and
symptoms of breast cancer among 157 university female students in Muscat region.
This review explores the factors that may contribute to the racial survival disparity. Consideration is paid to what is known about the role of differences in tumor biology, genomics, cancer screening, and quality of cancer care.
This study was conducted to address the behavior and attitude for women of different sociodemographic characteristic residing in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) towards breast cancer screening examinations.