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  Volume 19, Number 1, February 2008

Table of Contents

From: Journal of Health Care for the Poor and Underserved

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A Note from the Editor

pp. vii-x
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Heroes and Great Ideas Column

A Sterling Legacy

pp. 1-9
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Association of Clinicians for the Underserved (ACU) Column

Rural Health Issues in HIV/AIDS: Views from Two Different Windows

pp. 10-15
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Commentaries

The Need for Diversity in the Environmental Health Workforce

pp. 16-25
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Changing Corporate Practices to Reduce Cancer Disparities

pp. 26-40
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Part I: Racial/Ethnic Differences, Disparities, and Discrimination in Health Care

Original Papers

Quality of Anticoagulation Control: Do Race and Language Matter?

pp. 41-55
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Perspectives of African American, Amish, Appalachian and Latina Women on Breast and Cervical Cancer Screening: Implications for Cultural Competence

pp. 56-74
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Age and Race/Ethnicity-Gender Predictors of Denying Smoking, United States

pp. 75-89
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Ethnic Differences and Treatment Trajectories in Chronic Kidney Disease

pp. 90-102
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Black-White Disparities in Elderly Breast Cancer Mortality Before and After Implementation of Medicare Benefits for Screening Mammography

pp. 103-134
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Predictors of Cancer Screening Among Low-Income Primary Care Patients

pp. 135-148
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The Effects of Perceived Discrimination on Diabetes Management

pp. 149-163
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Part II: Community Contexts and Health

Brief Communications

The Feasibility of Expectant Management with Inner-city Men with Newly Diagnosed Localized Prostate Cancer

pp. 164-170
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Design and Reach of a Primary Care Weight Management Program

pp. 171-179
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Project HEAL: Peer Education Leads to Weight Loss in Harlem

pp. 180-192
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Religion and Health Connection: A Study of African American, Protestant Christians

pp. 193-199
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Original Papers

Longitudinal Quality of Life in Low-Income Men in a State-Funded Prostate Cancer Treatment Program

pp. 200-215
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Hair Salon Stylists as Breast Cancer Prevention Lay Health Advisors for African American and Afro-Caribbean Women

pp. 216-226
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Part III: Infants, Children, and Young People

Brief Communications

Coping with Asthma in the Central City: Parental Experiences with Children’s Health Care

pp. 227-236
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Children’s Mental Health Care: Differences by Race/Ethnicity in Urban/Rural Areas

pp. 237-247
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Multi-method Approach to Evaluate Inequities in Prenatal Care Access in Haiti

pp. 248-257
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Original Papers

Systematic Prenatal Screening for Psychosocial Risks

pp. 258-276
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Assessing the Moderating Effects of Anxiety Sensitivity on Antisocial Behavior among Urban African American Youth

pp. 277-293
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Part IV: Health Care Utilization and Access

Original Papers

Health Care Utilization: The Experiences of Rural HIV-positive African American Women

pp. 294-306
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State Medicaid Coverage and Access to Care for Low-income Adults

pp. 307-319
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Review

Cities and the Health of the Public (review)

pp. 320-322
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Books for Review

Recently Received

p. 323
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Research Areas

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