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Outreach for Colorectal Cancer Screening in African Americans Aged 45 to 49

This study aims to 1) evaluate uptake of fecal immunochemical testing among African Americans aged 45 to 49 who receive outreach for such testing by mail, 2) examine the yield of screening results, including advanced adenomas and colon cancers, and 3) describe adverse events of screening among this population and compare them to those seen in people aged 50 to 55.

Investigator: Levin, Theodore

Funder: The Permanente Medical Group

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