Published in Medicine and Law Weekly, October 22nd, 2004
The study, published in Health Services Research, included services such as a flu shot, a mammogram, a colonoscopy and a prostate-specific antigen test. The authors, Marian E. Gornick, Paul W. Eggers and Gerald F. Riley, found that, "Black or white, of lower or higher socioeconomic status, [those] who used more of the available preventive services were less likely to have cancer diagnosed at...
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