Cancer Screening Prevalence and Associated Factors Among US Adults

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The newest collection on cancer prevention is featured in the journal Preventing Chronic Disease. “Cancer Screening Prevalence and Associated Factors Among US Adults” is a special collection of 11 articles that look at cancer screening trends, what influences cancer screening participation, and public health practices that help increase screening in specific populations. Check out these studies to find the latest research on ways to improve cancer screening programs.

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