Would female inmates accept Papanicolaou smear screening if it was offered to them during their incarceration?

Martin, Ruth Elwood
March 2000
CMAJ: Canadian Medical Association Journal;3/07/2000, Vol. 162 Issue 5, p657
Academic Journal
Focuses on a survey regarding Papanicolaou smear screening at the Burnaby Correctional Centre for Women (BCCW). How female inmates at BCCW were offered a Pap test during their incarceration; Results and statistics; Limitation of the study; Follow-up of Pap smear results.


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