Peer-reviewed articles included in the analysis were published between andand were selected from online databases.
The keywords used for the search were self-efficacy, cancer, neoplasm, tumour, malignant, treatment, intervention, therapy. The result shows the effectiveness of the interventions, but the papillomavirus with warts of the data calls for caution in their consideration.
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