Perceived ambiguity, fatalism, and believing cancer is more prevalent than heart disease.
American journal of preventive medicine
Adult, Aged, Coronary Disease, Female, Health Behavior, Health Status, Humans, Male, Middle Aged, Neoplasms, Risk Assessment
Klein, William M P; Ferrer, Rebecca A; Graff, Kaitlin A; Kaufman, Annette R; and Han, Paul K J, "Perceived ambiguity, fatalism, and believing cancer is more prevalent than heart disease." (2014). Maine Medical Center. 275.