Laura Stiel

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School of Behavioral Health Loma Linda University, Loma Linda, United States 
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Roberts LR, Wilson CM, Stiel L, et al. (2018) Prostate Cancer Screening among High-Risk Black Men. The Journal For Nurse Practitioners : Jnp. 14: 677-682.e2
Woods-Burnham L, Cajigas-Du Ross CK, Love A, et al. (2018) Glucocorticoids Induce Stress Oncoproteins Associated with Therapy-Resistance in African American and European American Prostate Cancer Cells. Scientific Reports. 8: 15063
Woods-Burnham L, Stiel L, Wilson C, et al. (2018) Physician Consultations, Prostate Cancer Knowledge, and PSA Screening of African American Men in the Era of Shared Decision-Making. American Journal of Men's Health. 1557988318763673
Woods-Burnham L, Love A, Ross CKC, et al. (2017) Abstract C43: Glucocorticoid-mediated upregulation of stress oncoproteins: Implications for prostate cancer health disparities Cancer Epidemiology, Biomarkers & Prevention. 26
Woods-Burnham L, Stiel L, Wilson C, et al. (2017) Abstract A56: Physician consultations, prostate cancer knowledge, and PSA screening in African American men: Are the conversations effective? Cancer Epidemiology, Biomarkers & Prevention. 26
Woods-Burnham L, Love A, Ross CKC, et al. (2017) Abstract 5285: Glucocorticoid-mediated upregulation of stress oncoproteins: implications for prostate cancer health disparities Cancer Research. 77: 5285-5285
Teteh DK, Montgomery SB, Monice S, et al. (2017) My crown and glory: Community, identity, culture, and Black women’s concerns of hair product-related breast cancer risk Cogent Arts & Humanities. 4: 1345297
Stiel L, Soret S, Montgomery S. (2016) Geographic patterns of change over time in mammography: Differences between Black and White U.S. Medicare enrollees. Cancer Epidemiology. 46: 57-65
Stiel L, Adkins-Jackson PB, Clark P, et al. (2016) A review of hair product use on breast cancer risk in African American women. Cancer Medicine
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