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What Works to Increase Cancer Screenings

Printer-friendly and easy-to read, this summary of CPSTF findings is now available and ready to for you to use and share. Read more >>

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Publication Features Cost-Effective Approach to Cancer Screening

An economic review published in JAMA Oncology shows interventions that leverage social determinants of health to increase breast, cervical, and colorectal cancer screenings are cost-effective. Read more >>

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Community Guide Methods Manual Now Available

A new methods manual provides an overview of Community Guide systematic review methods for assessing the effectiveness and economic evidence that serves as the basis for CPSTF findings. Read more >>

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