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According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/jmir.2281):

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  1. Lee MK, Yun YH, Park H, Lee ES, Jung KH, Noh D. A Web-based self-management exercise and diet intervention for breast cancer survivors: Pilot randomized controlled trial. International Journal of Nursing Studies 2014;
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  2. Aaronson NK, Mattioli V, Minton O, Weis J, Johansen C, Dalton SO, Verdonck-de Leeuw IM, Stein KD, Alfano CM, Mehnert A, de Boer A, van de Poll-Franse LV. Beyond treatment – Psychosocial and behavioural issues in cancer survivorship research and practice. European Journal of Cancer Supplements 2014;12(1):54
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  3. Siekkinen M, Pyrhönen S, Ryhänen A, Vahlberg T, Leino-Kilpi H. Psychosocial outcomes of e-feedback of radiotherapy for breast cancer patients: a randomized controlled trial. Psycho-Oncology 2014;:n/a
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  4. Rider T, Malik M, Chevassut T. Haematology patients and the internet – The use of on-line health information and the impact on the patient–doctor relationship. Patient Education and Counseling 2014;97(2):223
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  5. Jefford M, Mann GB, Nolte L, Russell L, Brennan M. Follow-up of Women with Early Stage Breast Cancer. Current Breast Cancer Reports 2014;6(3):183
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  6. Kontos E, Blake KD, Chou WS, Prestin A. Predictors of eHealth Usage: Insights on The Digital Divide From the Health Information National Trends Survey 2012. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2014;16(7):e172
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  7. Franklin NC. Technology to Promote and Increase Physical Activity in Heart Failure. Heart Failure Clinics 2014;
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  8. Nolan RP, Liu S, Payne AY. E-counseling as an emerging preventive strategy for hypertension. Current Opinion in Cardiology 2014;29(4):319
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  9. Li H, Liu Y, Qiu L, Chen Q, Wu J, Chen L, Li N. Nurses' Empowerment Scale for ICU patients' families: an instrument development study. Nursing in Critical Care 2014;:n/a
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  10. Jennings CA, Vandelanotte C, Caperchione CM, Mummery WK. Effectiveness of a web-based physical activity intervention for adults with Type 2 diabetes—A randomised controlled trial. Preventive Medicine 2014;60:33
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  11. Bailey DE, Kazer MW, Polascik TJ, Robertson C. Psychosocial Trajectories of Men Monitoring Prostate-Specific Antigen Levels Following Surgery for Prostate Cancer. Oncology Nursing Forum 2014;41(4):361
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  12. Vosbergen S, Janzen J, Stappers PJ, van Zwieten MC, Lacroix J, Idema K, van den Broek I, Kemps HM, Kraaijenhagen RA, Peek N. A qualitative participatory study to identify experiences of coronary heart disease patients to support the development of online self-management services. International Journal of Medical Informatics 2013;82(12):1183
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  13. Love B, M. Thompson C, Crook B, Donovan-Kicken E. Work and “Mass Personal” Communication as Means of Navigating Nutrition and Exercise Concerns in an Online Cancer Community. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2013;15(5):e102
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  14. Li Y, Polk J, Plankey M. Online Health-Searching Behavior Among HIV-Seropositive and HIV-Seronegative Men Who Have Sex With Men in the Baltimore and Washington, DC Area. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2013;15(5):e78
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  15. Short CE, James EL, Stacey F, Plotnikoff RC. A qualitative synthesis of trials promoting physical activity behaviour change among post-treatment breast cancer survivors. Journal of Cancer Survivorship 2013;7(4):570
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  1. Cummings E, Ellis L, Turner P. Social Media and Mobile Technologies for Healthcare. 2014. chapter 6:76
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