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Funding Support: This study is funded by American Cancer Society (Grant number: RSG-13-164-01-CPPB).
Prior presentation: Partial results presented at 2019 Annual North America Primary Care Research Group (NAPCRG) Meeting, November 16-20, 2019, Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
Conflict of Interest Disclaimers: The investigators had no conflicts of interest in conducting the study or writing the manuscript. The principal investigator (JX) was the recipient of grant funding from American Cancer Society, and was involved in study design, data collection and analysis, interpreting data, and writing this report. Investigators had full access to the analytic dataset and accept full responsibility for the integrity of the data and the accuracy of the data analysis.