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Table 3 Social and gender characteristics of participants to lung cancer screening programs

From: Participation in lung cancer screening programs: are there gender and social differences? A systematic review

First author Gender
(% of men among participants)
Socio-economic status
(% of high SES among participants)
Aberle et al. 2010 59.0 54.7 (education)
Blanchon et al. 2007 70.5  
Doria-Rose et al. 2012 57.6 47.4 (education)
Ford et al. 2003 45.0 69.3 (education)
Hestbech et al. 2011 55.3 47.2 (education)
Kamposioras et al. 2006 46.4 31.1 (occupation)
Kondo et al. 2011 22.0  
McRonald et al. 2014 50.0 57.9 (deprivation index)
Nakayama et al. 2002 74.6  
Nawa et al. 2002 79.4  
Pegna et al. 2009 64.7  
Van der Aalst et al. 2010 Only males 52.0 (education)
Wildstein et al. 2011 47.0 60.0 (education)
Zakrzewska et al. 2014 51.0 44.3 (Income)
Mean 55.6 51.5