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Table 1 Interactive Health Check Questions

From: Improving cancer symptom awareness and help-seeking among adults living in socioeconomically deprived communities in the UK using a facilitated health check: A protocol for the Awareness and Beliefs About Cancer (ABACus) Randomised Control Trial

Sections Questions
Section 1:
About You
Have you ever been diagnosed with cancer?
Do you have 2 or more close relatives who have been under the age of 50 when diagnosed with cancer?
Please give your height in Feet and Inches / Centimetres
Please give your weight in Stones and Pounds/Kilos
Did you receive your bowel screening kit in the post?
If yes, did you send it back?
Have you been invited for a cervical smear test?
If yes, did you attend?
Have you been invited for your breast screening test?
If yes, did you attend?
Section 2: Your Lifestyle Do you smoke?
If yes, On average How many cigarettes a day do you smoke
Are you exposed to another person’s smoke on a regular basis?
Do you drink alcohol?
If yes, on average How many units of Alcohol do you drink each week?
On average, how many hours a week do you exercise in total, adding up any daily amounts?
How often do you eat 5 portions of fruit and vegetables in a day?
Section 3: Your Health Do you have a cough that won’t go away?
If yes, do you bring up blood when you cough?
Have you noticed any unusual lumps on your body (e.g. breasts, testicles, armpits, groin)?
Have you noticed a change in how your skin looks (e.g. change to a mole, freckle or patch of skin)?
Do you have a sore or ulcer in your mouth that will not heal?
Have you noticed a change or any blood in your poo?
Do you have any problems when peeing?
Do you have any unexplained bleeding (e.g. blood in your pee, bleeding from your bottom, vaginal bleeding during /after sex or in between periods)?
Do you have difficulty swallowing?
Have you been losing weight without trying to?
Have you noticed any unexplained change in your appetite?
Do you feel tired most of the time?
Do you have an unexplained pain that won’t go away?