- •The adherence rate for mammography was below the recommended 70 % in 2017.
- •This percentage adherence rate for mammography had decreased from 2011.
- •The figures for cervical cancer screening were over 70 % and stable over time.
- •Negative factors predicting adherence to screening included non-healthy lifestyle behaviors.
- •Immigrant women had a lower uptake of both tests than did Spanish-born women.
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