Racial Disparities in Lipid Control in Patients With Diabetes
African Americans with diabetes are less likely than whites to be treated with lipid-lowering agents, have their medication altered, or reach LDL-C goal.
Colorectal Cancer Screening Use Among Insured Primary Care Patients
Colorectal cancer screening use was similar in 2 divergent primary care populations. Colonoscopy was the most frequently used modality; FOBT was used inconsistently.
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