Social factors: women and cancer

Stellman, Jeanne M.; Stellman, Steven D.

Numerous factors in the social environment may affect the incidence and mortality from cancer in women. Women's work roles, possible exposure to workplace hazards, social class, social roles, social stress, access to health care, and health behaviors are among the factors that act together to help determine a woman's health and well-being.


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November 11, 2014