Preventing Breast, Cervical, and Colorectal Cancer Deaths: Assessing the Impact of Increased Screening
ORIGINAL RESEARCH — Volume 17 — August 25, 2020
Estimates of maximum number of preventable deaths in a single-year cohort with increased use of screening under US Preventive Services Task Force guidelines (study year 2018). Preventable deaths over a lifetime for breast cancer are among women aged 50, for cervical cancer among women aged 21, and for colorectal cancer among men and women aged 50.
|Cancer Type||No. of Preventable Deaths Over Lifetime|
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