Sanford received his medical degree from the University of Alabama. He is board certified in Radiation Oncology. Sanford and Lisa, his wife of 30 years, are active members of Tuscaloosa Life Church. They have two sons and several dogs. Sengar graduated from King Georges's Medical University in and began practicing medicine.
The purpose of this study was to provide a culturally specific intervention program for African-American women to alter selected behavioral risk factors, psychosocial responses, and breast self-care variables. Two primary directional hypotheses were tested with an alpha set at 0. The sample was obtained from a population of African-American women from four southern and three central Mississippi counties. The intervention group, in clusters of 3 to 9 women, received education on breast cancer, breast self-exams, healthy eating, exercise, and stress management; and heard stories from breast cancer survivors. The attention control group, in clusters of 3 to 8 women, received education on poison control in the home environment. Data was collected and analyzed using descriptive statistics, correlation coefficients, and repeated measures of analysis of covariance ANCOVA controlling for covariates.
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