A failure analysis of invasive breast cancer : most deaths from disease occur in women not regularly screened. Mortality reduction from mammographic screening is controversial. Individual randomized trials and meta-analyses demonstrate statistically significant mortality reductions in all age groups invited to screening. In women actually screened, mortality reductions are greater. Individual trials and meta-analyses show varying rates of mortality reduction, leading to questions about screening's value and whether treatment advances have diminished the importance of early detection. This study hypothesized that breast cancer deaths predominantly occurred in unscreened women.
This study examined the factor structure of sibling relationships in Japanese female university students. Two hundred and fifteen Japanese female university students participated in this study. The model was constructed as a result…. This qualitative study examined four Japanese international female college students ' experience of discrimination, prejudice, and stereotypes in a predominately white university. Four themes emerged from the analysis of data: 1 overt forms of prejudice and discrimination; 2 stereotypes common to Asians; 3 stereotypes unique to the Japanese ;….