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Update on Methods: Insufficient Evidence - Table 1

Insufficient Evidence Statements for Screening of Large Population Sub-groups

From the USPSTF Pocket Guide to Clinical Preventive Services Task Force, 2008 6

Topic Type of Service Population/Setting
Cervical Cancer Screening using human papillomavirus testing Women
Chlamydia Screening Men
Dementia Screening Men and women at older ages
Diabetes Type 2 Screening Adults
Glaucoma Screening Adults
High Blood Pressure Screening Children
High Blood Pressure Screening Adolescents
Lung Cancer Screening using CT [computerized tomography] Adults
Oral Cancer Screening Adults
Prostate Cancer Screening Men
Skin Cancer Screening using total body examination General population
Thyroid Disease Screening Adults
Vitamin Supplementation to Prevent Cancer and CVD [cardiovascular disease] Vitamins A, C, E and multivitamins Adults


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Current as of: February 2009

Internet Citation: Update on Methods: Insufficient Evidence - Table 1. U.S. Preventive Services Task Force. December 2013.

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