Published in Women's Health Weekly, July 18th, 2002
But despite being less likely to report having a usual source of health care, black and Hispanic women are as likely as whites - or more so - to receive cervical and breast cancer screening once other factors, such as a regular health care provider, are considered, a UNC researcher said. For example, black women more often receive Pap smears than whites do.
"We used nationally representative data from the 1996 Medical Expenditure...
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