CDC: More Americans get colon cancer screenings, but disparities remain

03/16/2008 | Bloomberg

The CDC says 61% of Americans age 50 and older got tested for colon cancer in 2006, up from 54% four years earlier. Researchers said low-income people, those without insurance or advanced education, and blacks were less likely to get screenings.

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