Breast Cancer

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References

Chapter one

a
Adjuvant Chemotherapy for Breast Cancer (1985) National Institutes of Health Consensus Development Conference Statements 5 (12).

b
Berstock, D.A., Houghton, J., Haybittle, J. and Baum, M. (1985) ‘The role of radiotherapy following total mastectomy for patients with early breast cancer’, World J Surg 9:667-70.

c
Cancer Research Campaign Factsheets (1988).

f
Fallowfield, L.J., Hall, A., Maguire, G.P. and Baum, M. (1990) ‘Psychological outcomes of different treatment policies in women with early breast cancer outside a clinical trial’, BMJ 301:575-80.
Fisher, B., Bauer, M., Margolese, R. et al. (1985) ‘Five year results of a randomised clinical trial comparing total mastectomy and segmental mastectomy with or without radiation in the treatment of breast cancer’, N Eng J Med 312 (11):665-73.

l
Locker, A.P., Ellis, I.O., Morgan, D. et al. (1989) ‘Factors influencing local recurrence after excision and radiotherapy for primary breast cancer’, Br J Surg 76:890-4.

s
Stoll, B.A. (ed.) (1980) Women at High Risk to Breast Cancer, Dordrecht: Kluwer Academic Publishers.

Chapter two

a
American Cancer Society (1973) Women’s Attitudes Regarding Breast Cancer, Princeton: The Gallup Organisation.

b
Briggs, J.E. and Wakefield, J. (1966) Public Opinion on Cancer: A Survey of Knowledge and Attitudes among Women in Lancaster, Manchester: Manchester Regional Committee on Cancer.

c
Calnan, M. (1984) ‘The health belief model and participation in programmes for the early detection of cancer: a comparative analysis’, Soc Sci Med 19 (8):823-30.

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