Colon cancer screening discrepancies exist among race and finances

02/14/2007 | Forbes

An analysis of more than half a million Medicare patients found that blacks and Hispanics have lower colon cancer screening rates than whites, and people living in areas of low per capita income had lower screening rates than people in higher per capita income areas. Researchers suggested further studies be done to create interventions to "reduce and eliminate these differences."

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