Colonoscopy screening for colorectal cancer: the outcomes of two recruitment methods
Objectives: To determine the response to colorectal cancer (CRC) screening by colonoscopy, through direct invitation or through invitation by general practitioners. Design and setting: Two-way comparison of randomised population sampling versus cluster sampling of a representative general practice population in the Australian Capital Territory, May 2002 to January 2004. Intervention: Invitation to screen, assessment for eligibility, interview, and colonoscopy. Subjects: 881 subjects aged 55-74...[Show more]
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