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Cancer screening programmes for refugees in Canadian primary care: A realist review

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Hundreds of thousands of people are diagnosed with cancer in Canada every year; an effective way to diagnose and treat cancers earlier and to improve mortality is to carry out organised cancer screening programmes in primary care. Canada accepts approximately 25,000 refugees annually, and refugees often carry a higher risk for cancer. While Canadian physicians have committed to a vision of equitable and accessible primary care, encompassed in the vision of a Patient’s Medical Home, Canada ...

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MSc
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Masters
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University of Oxford

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