Colon cancer screening for Colorado's underserved: a community clinic/academic partnership.

@article{Wolf2015ColonCS,
  title={Colon cancer screening for Colorado's underserved: a community clinic/academic partnership.},
  author={Holly J. Wolf and Andrea J Dwyer and Dennis J Ahnen and Shannon L Pray and Susan M Rein and Krystal D Morwood and Jan T. Lowery and Andrea Masias and Nicole J Collins and Carol E. Brown and Carol-Ann DeMaio Goheen and Keavy E McAbee and Angela Sauaia and Tim E. Byers},
  journal={American journal of preventive medicine},
  year={2015},
  volume={48 3},
  pages={
          264-70
        }
}
BACKGROUND Colorectal cancer (CRC) is largely preventable by finding and removing adenomas, but many people have not been screened, especially the uninsured with low income. PURPOSE To establish a statewide infrastructure to ensure that low-income Coloradans receive colonoscopy for CRC screening and diagnostic evaluation. DESIGN In 2006, a statewide program to provide free colonoscopy to uninsured Coloradans was developed as a partnership between the University of Colorado Cancer Center and… CONTINUE READING
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