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Published on 01.07.05 in Vol 7, No 3 (2005): Theme Issue: Online Cancer Services

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Works citing "Reducing the Cancer Burden of Lifestyle Factors: Opportunities and Challenges of the Internet"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/jmir.7.3.e26):

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  1. Cha S, Erar B, Niaura RS, Graham AL. Baseline Characteristics and Generalizability of Participants in an Internet Smoking Cessation Randomized Trial. Annals of Behavioral Medicine 2016;
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  2. Graham AL, Jacobs MA, Cohn AM, Cha S, Abroms LC, Papandonatos GD, Whittaker R. Optimising text messaging to improve adherence to web-based smoking cessation treatment: a randomised control trial protocol. BMJ Open 2016;6(3):e010687
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  3. Wac K, Fiordelli M, Gustarini M, Rivas H. Quality of Life Technologies: Experiences from the Field and Key Challenges. IEEE Internet Computing 2015;19(4):28
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  4. Cobb NK, Graham AL, Byron MJ, Niaura RS, Abrams DB. Online Social Networks and Smoking Cessation: A Scientific Research Agenda. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2011;13(4):e119
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  5. Laakso E, Tandy J. Use of technology as an adjunct to improve health outcomes for survivors of cancer. Physical Therapy Reviews 2011;16(1):39
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  6. Rabin BA, Glasgow RE, Kerner JF, Klump MP, Brownson RC. Dissemination and Implementation Research on Community-Based Cancer Prevention. American Journal of Preventive Medicine 2010;38(4):443
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  7. Seidman DF, Westmaas JL, Goldband S, Rabius V, Katkin ES, Pike KJ, Wiatrek D, Sloan RP. Randomized Controlled Trial of an Interactive Internet Smoking Cessation Program with Long-Term Follow-up. Annals of Behavioral Medicine 2010;39(1):48
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  8. Abrams DB, Graham AL, Levy DT, Mabry PL, Orleans CT. Boosting Population Quits Through Evidence-Based Cessation Treatment and Policy. American Journal of Preventive Medicine 2010;38(3):S351
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  9. Grimley DM, Hook EW. A 15-Minute Interactive, Computerized Condom Use Intervention With Biological Endpoints. Sexually Transmitted Diseases 2009;36(2):73
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  10. Bialous SA, Sarna L, Wells M, Elashoff D, Wewers ME, Froelicher ES. Characteristics of Nurses Who Used the Internet-Based Nurses QuitNet®for Smoking Cessation. Public Health Nursing 2009;26(4):329
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  11. BOTELHO R, WASSUM K, BENZIAN H, SELBY P, CHAN S. Address the gaps in tobacco cessation training and services: Developing professional organisational alliances to create social movements. Drug and Alcohol Review 2009;28(5):558
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  12. Atienza AA, Hesse BW, Baker TB, Abrams DB, Rimer BK, Croyle RT, Volckmann LN. Critical Issues in eHealth Research. American Journal of Preventive Medicine 2007;32(5):S71
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  13. Cobb NK, Graham AL. Characterizing Internet Searchers of Smoking Cessation Information. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2006;8(3):e17
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  14. Whitten P, Kreps GL, Eastin MS. Creating a Framework for Online Cancer Services Research to Facilitate Timely and Interdisciplinary Applications. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2005;7(3):e34
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According to Crossref, the following books are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/jmir.7.3.e26)

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  1. Graham AL, Cobb CO, Cobb NK. Handbook of Health Decision Science. 2016. Chapter 24:335
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