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About The Study: In this cross-sectional study of data from January 2017 to December 2021, population-based screening and diagnosis remained below pre-pandemic levels for breast, cervical and colorectal cancer. The findings suggest that screening quickly rebounded after the initial stages of the pandemic; however, the longer follow-up time reveals that gaps in preventive cancer screening returned and worsened.
Authors: Allison H. Oakes, Ph.D., of Trilliant Health in Brentwood, Tennessee, is the corresponding author.
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