Figure 1. From: Recent Data and Trends in Cancer Screening in the United States: 1992-2005 National Health Interview Surveys.

Cancer tests among women and men: 1992, 1998, 2000, 2003, and 2005
Source: National Health Interview Survey
Predicted marginals from Model 1b. Data are adjusted for age, education, family income/poverty ratio, usual source of care, health insurance, race/ethnicity, immigration, and saw/talked to doctor past 12 months. Pap test and mammogram data are also adjusted by saw/talked to OB/GYN past 12 months.

Judith Swan, et al. Cancer. ;116(20):4872-4881.

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