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A workplace breast cancer screening program. Costs and components.

Abstract:

Screening for breast cancer can result in early detection of malignancies and lives saved. Many employers now offer periodic screening as an employee health benefit, and some have established screening programs in the workplace. This study was performed to identify the employer costs of breast cancer screening in the workplace, referrals for suspicious findings, and initial treatment of malignant disease. Additionally, the costs for these same services, had they been obtained outside of a wor...

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Schrammel, P More by this author
Griffiths, RI More by this author
Griffiths, CB More by this author
Journal:
AAOHN journal : official journal of the American Association of Occupational Health Nurses
Volume:
46
Issue:
11
Pages:
523-529
Publication date:
1998-11-05
EISSN:
1938-2448
ISSN:
0891-0162
URN:
uuid:82f0e65e-7431-451a-ba12-8d1339f73b53
Source identifiers:
359126
Local pid:
pubs:359126

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