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Identifying Breast Cancer Education Message Preferences Among Young Black Women

Updated: May 3, 2023

Presented at the 2023 COPH Celebration of Scholarship

Research Team: Julianne Ghiorzi, Juliet Bonnah, Paris Stephens, Aamna Sohail, Adriana Aguilar, Basma Mansour, Ishika Ahmed, Safa Yosufzai, Yasmin Fenaoui, Neriman Ozeren, & Dr. Michelle S. Williams


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