Line graph indicating percentages of the eligible population screened for cervical cancer, breast cancer, colorectal cancer, and lung cancer from 1987-2022. The cervical cancer screening rate starts at 79% in 1987, reaches a peak of 86% in 2000, and declines to just below 78% by 2018. The breast cancer screening rate is just above 30% in 1987, climbs to around 75% by 1997 when the screening rate plateaus through 2018. The colorectal cancer screening rate starts at around 38% in 2000 and steadily climbs to a rate of around 67% by 2018. The lung cancer screening rate begins in 2016 at 3% and increases to 5% in 2018.