Chinese Americans whose physician had recommended all types CRC procedures were more likely to report ever having screened up-to-date

Among Chinese Americans aged 50-75 living in San Francisco, those whose physician had recommended all types colorectal cancer screening procedures were more likely to report ever having screened and being up-to-date, compared to those who reported that their physician only recommended one, the fecal occult blood test. (T. Nguyen, PRC SIP investigator)

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