The views of black men towards cancer and their engagement with healthcare services
Dion Smyth Lecturer-practitioner, Cancer and palliative care, Birmingham City University
The reluctance of some black males to engage with healthcare systems, policies, practices and professionals may reflect a perception of cancer and misconceptions about the Western model of healthcare provision that is heavily influenced by historic, cultural and religious factors.
Cancer Nursing Practice.
16, 8, 10-10.
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