Factors associated with participation in colorectal cancer screening in Australia: Results from the 45 and Up Study cohort
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Highlights•Smokers were less likely to have ever-screened for CRC.•Those who were less likely to screen for breast cancer (or have PSA testing) to have ever-screened for CRC.•Lower levels of education and non-English speakers were associated with lower uptake of CRC screening.•Private health insurance coverage was not associated with uptake of screening through the NBCSP.•A sizeable proportion of the study population underwent some form of CRC testing outside of the NBCSP.

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