Colorectal cancer has the second-highest mortality rate of all types of cancer, and screening is recommended in persons aged 50 years or older. The effects of 3 interventions on screening rates were examined: in-person discussion, telephone discussion, or mailed letter. Read more.
Few studies have considered the ways in which race may inform cervical cancer screening strategies. Ten years of data on 5472 women of different races with equal access to care were studied with regard to cervical lesions and rates of lesion change. Read more.