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This topic will be discussed at a future EbGS meeting.

2/6/2020

​There was no discussion of this topic at the EbGS meeting as planned. Next planeed discussion is 4/2/2020.

1/23/2020

​New source added:

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Kim SB, Kang M. What are the effects of colorectal cancer screening interventions among Asian Americans? A meta-analysis. Ethnicity & Health. 2020:1-19. doi: 10.1080/13557858.2019.1711024.

1/9/2020

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8/8/2019

​​HERC reviewed and approved the scope statement.

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