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A study just released by UCLA Public Health reports that Asian and Latino immigrants in California are not getting cancer screening tests at the same rate as whites and African Americans.

The differences — attributed to cultural, education, language and other barriers — occur even when comparing people with similar income levels or health insurance status across racial and ethnic groups.

True elsewhere? I’d guess, yes.

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