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Differences between African American and Caucasian men participating in a community-based prostate cancer screening program

Barber KR, Shaw R, Folts M, Taylor DK, Ryan A, Hughes M, Scott V, Abbott RR. Journal of Community Health 1998; Volume 23; Issue 6; Page 441-51
Disease [?] Prostate Cancer
Race / Ethnicity [?] American Indian, Asian, African American, Latino, Not Specified, White
Cultural Targeting [?] No
Strategies / Levels / Modes:
Strategy Strategy Providing Reminders and Feedback: Tracking system
Level Level Organizational
Mode Mode Computer files (e.g. kiosk, or EMR)