Preferences for cervical cancer screening service attributes in rural China: a discrete choice experiment
Compared with other cancers, screening for cervical cancer is highly cost-effective. However, due to limited awareness about cervical cancer and many other factors, women’s attendance rate in rural China for cervical cancer screening remains low. This study aimed to determine women’s preferences for cervical cancer screening, to help enhance screening uptake.
A discrete choice experiment (DCE) was conducted among ...
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