KAGMA Raffle #1 Survey
Koreans living in the United States are at significantly increased risk for developing gastric cancer compared to Non-Hispanic whites.
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.
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.
I am aware of resources available for gastric cancer for people with Medi-cal (California's Medicaid) or those without health insurance.
Do you know of a family member or friend who is Korean Americans who has been diagnosed with gastric (stomach) cancer?
Low-dose chest CT (CAT) scan is the only screening test proven to reduce lung cancer mortality (ie. save lives) in high risk patients.
Lung cancer is the most common cancer among Korean American females.
I know of a family member or friend who is Korean American who has been diagnosed with lung cancer.
I am aware of resources available for lung cancer screening for Medi-cal (California's Medicaid) or those without health insurance.
I know of a friend or family member, who is Korean American, who does not have health insurance
I know of a friend or family member, who is Korean American, who has inadequate health insurance.
Are you a health care professional?
If yes, what is your health care profession?
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