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Published on 27.05.14 in Vol 16, No 5 (2014): May

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Works citing "Do Cancer Patients Tweet? Examining the Twitter Use of Cancer Patients in Japan"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/jmir.3298):

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  1. Ure C, Galpin A, Cooper-Ryan AM, Condie J. Charities’ use of Twitter: exploring social support for women living with and beyond breast cancer. Information, Communication & Society 2017;:1
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  3. Vickey T, Breslin JG. Online Influence and Sentiment of Fitness Tweets: Analysis of Two Million Fitness Tweets. JMIR Public Health and Surveillance 2017;3(4):e82
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  4. Gage-Bouchard EA, LaValley S, Warunek M, Beaupin LK, Mollica M. Is Cancer Information Exchanged on Social Media Scientifically Accurate?. Journal of Cancer Education 2017;
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  5. Mouelhi Y, Alessandrini M, Pauly V, Dussol B, Gentile S. Internet and social network users’ profiles in Renal Transplant Recipients in France. BMC Nephrology 2017;18(1)
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  6. Gage-Bouchard EA, LaValley S, Mollica M, Beaupin LK. Cancer Communication on Social Media. Cancer Nursing 2017;40(4):332
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  7. Sutton J, Vos SC, Olson MK, Woods C, Cohen E, Ben Gibson C, Phillips NE, Studts JL, Eberth JM, Butts CT. Lung Cancer Messages on Twitter: Content Analysis and Evaluation. Journal of the American College of Radiology 2017;
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  8. Nguyen T, O’Dea B, Larsen M, Phung D, Venkatesh S, Christensen H. Using linguistic and topic analysis to classify sub-groups of online depression communities. Multimedia Tools and Applications 2017;76(8):10653
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  9. Pemmaraju N, Thompson MA, Qazilbash M. Disease-specific hashtags and the creation of Twitter medical communities in hematology and oncology. Seminars in Hematology 2017;54(4):189
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  10. Pemmaraju N, Thompson MA, Mesa RA, Desai T. Analysis of the Use and Impact of Twitter During American Society of Clinical Oncology Annual Meetings From 2011 to 2016: Focus on Advanced Metrics and User Trends. Journal of Oncology Practice 2017;13(7):e623
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  11. Taylor J, Pagliari C. Mining social media data: How are research sponsors and researchers addressing the ethical challenges?. Research Ethics 2017;:174701611773855
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  12. Matsuda S, Aoki K, Tomizawa S, Sone M, Tanaka R, Kuriki H, Takahashi Y. Analysis of Patient Narratives in Disease Blogs on the Internet: An Exploratory Study of Social Pharmacovigilance. JMIR Public Health and Surveillance 2017;3(1):e10
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  13. Murthy D, Eldredge M. Who tweets about cancer? An analysis of cancer-related tweets in the USA. DIGITAL HEALTH 2016;2:205520761665767
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  14. Mazzocut M, Truccolo I, Antonini M, Rinaldi F, Omero P, Ferrarin E, De Paoli P, Tasso C. Web Conversations About Complementary and Alternative Medicines and Cancer: Content and Sentiment Analysis. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2016;18(6):e120
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  15. Ramirez V, Johnson E, Gonzalez C, Ramirez V, Rubino B, Rossetti G. Assessing the Use of Mobile Health Technology by Patients: An Observational Study in Primary Care Clinics. JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2016;4(2):e41
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  16. Sugawara Y, Narimatsu H, Tsuya A, Tanaka A, Fukao A. Medical Institutions and Twitter: A Novel Tool for Public Communication in Japan. JMIR Public Health and Surveillance 2016;2(1):e19
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  17. Xu S, Markson C, Costello KL, Xing CY, Demissie K, Llanos AA. Leveraging Social Media to Promote Public Health Knowledge: Example of Cancer Awareness via Twitter. JMIR Public Health and Surveillance 2016;2(1):e17
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  18. LaValley SA, Gage-Bouchard EA, Mollica M, Beaupin L. Examining social media use among parents of children with cancer. Proceedings of the Association for Information Science and Technology 2015;52(1):1
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  19. Jiménez-Zarco AI, González-González I, Saigí-Rubió F, Torrent-Sellens J. The co-learning process in healthcare professionals: Assessing user satisfaction in virtual communities of practice. Computers in Human Behavior 2015;51:1303
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  20. Santoro E, Castelnuovo G, Zoppis I, Mauri G, Sicurello F. Social media and mobile applications in chronic disease prevention and management. Frontiers in Psychology 2015;6
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  21. Sacchi M, Yeung TM, Spinelli A, Mortensen NJ. Assessment of the quality of patient-orientated internet information on surgery for ulcerative colitis. Colorectal Disease 2015;17(6):511
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  22. Attai DJ, Cowher MS, Al-Hamadani M, Schoger JM, Staley AC, Landercasper J. Twitter Social Media is an Effective Tool for Breast Cancer Patient Education and Support: Patient-Reported Outcomes by Survey. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2015;17(7):e188
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  23. Lee JL, DeCamp M, Dredze M, Chisolm MS, Berger ZD. What Are Health-Related Users Tweeting? A Qualitative Content Analysis of Health-Related Users and Their Messages on Twitter. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2014;16(10):e237
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  1. Stage C. Networked Cancer. 2017. Chapter 3:77
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  2. Aboelmaged MG, Thomas SS, Elsheikh S. Handbook of Research on Healthcare Administration and Management. 2017. chapter 25:428
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  3. Ariani A, Koesoema AP, Soegijoko S. Innovative Healthcare Systems for the 21st Century. 2017. Chapter 2:15
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