KAGMA Raffle #1 Survey
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Koreans living in the United States are at significantly increased risk for developing gastric cancer compared to Non-Hispanic whites.
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Early screening and detection (ie. with endoscopy, which is a camera lens introduced through the mouth to visualize the stomach) is essential to identifying gastric cancer and reducing mortality from gastric cancer.
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Risk factors predisposing to the formation of gastric cancer include a combination of environmental risks, such as diet and infection (Helicobacter pylori), and, in some cases, genetic predisposition.
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I am aware of resources available for gastric cancer for people with Medi-cal (California's Medicaid) or those without health insurance.
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Do you know of a family member or friend who is Korean Americans who has been diagnosed with gastric (stomach) cancer?
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Low-dose chest CT (CAT) scan is the only screening test proven to reduce lung cancer mortality (ie. save lives) in high risk patients.
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Lung cancer is the most common cancer among Korean American females.
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I know of a family member or friend who is Korean American who has been diagnosed with lung cancer.
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I am aware of resources available for lung cancer screening for Medi-cal (California's Medicaid) or those without health insurance.
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I know of a friend or family member, who is Korean American, who does not have health insurance
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I know of a friend or family member, who is Korean American, who has inadequate health insurance.
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Are you a health care professional?
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If yes, what is your health care profession?
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