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Student0 Posted - 03/18/2012 : 18:05:17
Hello,


I am a student of Nursing at the Medical University of Warsaw. I am conducting a research for my Master thesis about the prevention of skin cancer in Poland in comparison with other selected countries. I would like to ask for help in completing the questionnaire:
http://dermatologia.ankieta.biz/ankieta/61132/prevention-of-skin-cancer-in-poland-and-in-other-countries.html

This survey is anonymous and obtained data is confidential.

Thank you in advance for your time!
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Zerose Posted - 10/03/2012 : 12:31:35
Sorry I missed participating in the survey Emilia Rudziewicz, indeed a very good and through questionnaire report.

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