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Researchers Explore the Relationship Between Religion and Cancer Screening

Does religion affect people's likelihood of being screened for cancer?
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(St. Michael's Hospital) Does religion affect people's likelihood of being screened for cancer? That's the question Dr. Aisha Lofters and her team at St. Michael's Hospital are trying to answer.

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