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Geographic disparities in residential proximity to colorectal and cervical cancer care providers.

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Summary of "Geographic disparities in residential proximity to colorectal and cervical cancer care providers."

Persistent rural-urban disparities for colorectal and cervical cancers raise concerns regarding access to treatment providers. To the authors knowledge, little is known regarding rural-urban differences in residential proximity to cancer specialists.

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Name: Cancer
ISSN: 1097-0142
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