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Timing of primary care visits associated with likelihood of physician ordering cancer screenings

22:18 EDT 12 May 2019 | News-Medical.net

The time of day of a primary care appointment was associated with the likelihood of a physician ordering cancer screenings and of patients completing those screenings in this study of 33 practices with patients eligible for breast or colorectal cancer screening.

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