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Published on 28.04.16 in Vol 2, No 1 (2016): Jan-Jun

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Works citing "Leveraging Social Media to Promote Public Health Knowledge: Example of Cancer Awareness via Twitter"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/publichealth.5205):

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  1. Colditz JB, Chu K, Emery SL, Larkin CR, James AE, Welling J, Primack BA. Toward Real-Time Infoveillance of Twitter Health Messages. American Journal of Public Health 2018;108(8):1009
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  4. Reuter K, Angyan P, Le N, MacLennan A, Cole S, Bluthenthal RN, Lane CJ, El-Khoueiry AB, Buchanan TA. Monitoring Twitter Conversations for Targeted Recruitment in Cancer Trials in Los Angeles County: Protocol for a Mixed-Methods Pilot Study. JMIR Research Protocols 2018;7(9):e177
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  5. Zanchetta MS, Cognet M, Lam-Kin-Teng MR, Dumitriu ME, Haag C, Kadio B, Desgrandchamps F, Rénaud L. Insights for public education provided by French media on ideas about prostate cancer – A media analysis study. Health Promotion Perspectives 2018;8(2):92
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  6. Vraga EK, Stefanidis A, Lamprianidis G, Croitoru A, Crooks AT, Delamater PL, PFOSER D, Radzikowski JR, Jacobsen KH. Cancer and Social Media: A Comparison of Traffic about Breast Cancer, Prostate Cancer, and Other Reproductive Cancers on Twitter and Instagram. Journal of Health Communication 2018;23(2):181
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  9. Struck JP, Siegel F, Kramer MW, Tsaur I, Heidenreich A, Haferkamp A, Merseburger AS, Salem J, Borgmann H. Substantial utilization of Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, and Instagram in the prostate cancer community. World Journal of Urology 2018;36(8):1241
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  10. Gentile D, Markham MJ, Eaton T. Patients With Cancer and Social Media: Harness Benefits, Avoid Drawbacks. Journal of Oncology Practice 2018;14(12):731
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  11. Allen CG, Andersen B, Chambers DA, Groshek J, Roberts MC. Twitter use at the 2016 Conference on the Science of Dissemination and Implementation in Health: analyzing #DIScience16. Implementation Science 2018;13(1)
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  12. Sutton J, Vos SC, Olson MK, Woods C, Cohen E, Gibson CB, Phillips NE, Studts JL, Eberth JM, Butts CT. Lung Cancer Messages on Twitter: Content Analysis and Evaluation. Journal of the American College of Radiology 2018;15(1):210
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  13. Pellino G, Simillis C, Qiu S, Rasheed S, Mills S, Warren O, Kontovounisios C, Tekkis PP, Attai DJ. Social media and colorectal cancer: A systematic review of available resources. PLOS ONE 2017;12(8):e0183031
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  14. Abuhadra N, Majhail NS, Nazha A. Impact of social media for the hematologist/oncologist. Seminars in Hematology 2017;54(4):193
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  15. Wexner SD, Petrucci AM, Brady RR, Ennis-O'Connor M, Fitzgerald JE, Mayol J. Social media in colorectal surgery. Colorectal Disease 2017;19(2):105
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  16. Kilkenny J, McDonald JJ, Brady RR. Increased engagement with social media in colorectal surgery. Colorectal Disease 2017;19(6):592
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  18. Hand RK, Kenne D, Wolfram TM, Abram JK, Fleming M. Assessing the Viability of Social Media for Disseminating Evidence-Based Nutrition Practice Guideline Through Content Analysis of Twitter Messages and Health Professional Interviews: An Observational Study. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2016;18(11):e295
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  20. Ling R, Lee J. Disease Monitoring and Health Campaign Evaluation Using Google Search Activities for HIV and AIDS, Stroke, Colorectal Cancer, and Marijuana Use in Canada: A Retrospective Observational Study. JMIR Public Health and Surveillance 2016;2(2):e156
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  1. Vidyalakshmi BS, Wong R. Information and Communications Security. 2016. Chapter 21:262
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