Megan Multack

Megan Multack is a policy research senior analyst with the AARP Public Policy Institute. Her work focuses on a variety of health disparities, insurance market reform, delivery system reform, public health, prevention and Medicare issues.
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Thousands of people in the United States die every year from colorectal cancer-cancer of the colon or rectum. That's astonishing because colorectal cancer is almost entirely preventable by use of recommended screening tests. Yet, in 2008, less than two-thirds of all people ages 65 and older had the screening.
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Midlife Adults Not Getting Recommended Preventive Services
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