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Effectiveness of the Pasos Adelante Chronic Disease Prevention and Control Program in a US-Mexico Border Community, 2005-2008

This diagram shows that of the 305 participants who completed baseline assessments, 88 did not complete all 3 assessments. Of those 88 participants, a) 1 participant attended 11 classes but transferred to another program before completing the conclusion; b) 46 participants completed only the baseline assessment, of whom 13 attended 9 or more classes; c) 37 participants completed both baseline and conclusion but not follow-up, of whom 32 attended 9 or more classes; d) 4 participants completed the follow-up but not the conclusion, all of whom attended 9 or more classes. For the 217 participants who completed all 3 assessments, 207 completed 9 or more classes.

Figure. Participant flow, Pasos Adelante program, Douglas, Arizona, 2005-2008.

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