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Health IndicatorDescription
Percent of Males with No Recent Prostate Cancer Screening (PSA)Percent of Adult Males (40 and Older) Reporting No PSA Test in 2 Years. The prostate-specific antigen test is a non-invasive prostate cancer screening that is recommended for men over the age of 40.
Percent of Adults Never Having Colorectal ExamsPercent of Adults (50 and Older) Reporting Never Having Sigmoidoscopy or Colonoscopy. Colon cancer a silent killer, making early detection key.
Percent of Women with No Recent Pap TestPercent of Adult Women (18 and Older) Reporting No Pap Test in the Past 3 Years. Pap smears help detect cervical cancer and sexually transmitted diseases, and are recommended for women over the age of 18.
Percent of Women with No Recent MammogramPercent of Adult Women (40 and Older) Reporting No Mammogram in Past 2 Years. Mammograms help save lives by detecting breast cancer early, and the American Cancer Society recommends that women over the age of 40 be regularly screened.
Percent of Adults with No HIV TestPercent of Adults (18 through 64) Reporting No HIV Test. Many people who are HIV-positive do not know it, putting their own health and that of their loved ones’ at risk.


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