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  1. Grazia Grazzini1,
  2. Marco Zappa2,
  3. Stephen P Halloran3
  1. 1Screening Department, Cancer Prevention and Research Institute (ISPO), Florence, Italy
  2. 2Clinical and Descriptive Epidemiology Department, Cancer Prevention and Research Institute (ISPO), Florence, Italy
  3. 3Bowel Cancer Screening Southern Programme Hub, Postgraduate Medical School, University of Surrey, Guildford, Surrey, England
  1. Correspondence to Grazia Grazzini, Department of Screening, Cancer Prevention and Research Institute (ISPO), Viale A. Volta 171 50131 Firenze, Italy; g.grazzini{at}ispo.toscana.it

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