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Men and women 50 and older receive the recommended tests, according to a report in the July 2008 issue of Cancer Epidemiology, Biomarkers and Prevention, a journal of the American Association for Cancer Study. The Centers for Disease Control and Avoidance conducted a National Health Interview Survey and found only 50 % of women and men 50 and older had received screening in 2005. Although this is a noticable difference over the 43 % of screened people reported in 2000, it is still definately not optimal, investigators say.Related StoriesLandmark stroke research presented at ISC, released in NEJM suggest fresh treatment process on the horizonRichard M. Ross Center Medical center docs implanted smallest center pacemaker in Columbus womanDreaMed Medtronic and Diabetes enter strategic collaboration Furthermore leading academic experts from universities such as for example University of Utah, University of Sydney, Utrecht University, University of Washington, University of Liverpool, Nanyang Technological University along with experts from UCD, UCC and NUI Galway will become presenting their latest study findings. Dr Denis Dowling, UCD College of Mechanical and Components Engineering, a known person in the meeting organising committee said, We are delighted that the Areas in Biomaterials Foundation thought we would host its 1st ever conference beyond America in Ireland and particularly at University University Dublin.