- •We conducted a community-based assessment of cancer screening in North Carolina.
- •24 organizations at 47 events distributed a 91-item survey to >2000 adults.
- •Healthy diets were associated with greater breast & colorectal screening knowledge.
- •Negative attitudes about & barriers to care were associated with less screening.
- •Having a place to seek medical care predicted greater odds of colorectal screening.
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