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Residents of historically redlined neighborhoods less likely to be screened for colorectal cancer

Residents of 3,712 redlined U.S. census-tracts, especially in the New York and Los Angeles metropolitan areas, were 64 percent less likely than residents living in A (“Best”) areas to meet colorectal cancer screening targets. Poverty, lack of education and limited English proficiency were among the most significant barriers.

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