La Desigualdad Social y La Mortalidad por Cáncer de Mama y Cáncer de Cuello Uterino: Una Revisión Integradora

Social Iniquity and Mortality Related to Breast and Cervical Cancers: an Integrative Review

Iniquidade Social e Mortalidade por Câncer de Mama e Colo do Útero: Uma Revisão Integrativa

  • Daniela de Almeida Pereira Duarte Faculdade de Ciências Biológicas e da Saúde (Facisa/Univiçosa) (Viçosa, Brasil)
  • Maria Teresa Bustamante-Teixeira Universidade Federal de Juiz de Fora (Minas Gerais, Brasil)
Palabras clave: Neoplasias de la mama, Las neoplasias cervicales, La Mortalidad, La Desigualdad social, Los Factores socioeconómicos

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