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Cancer incidence continues to be common and highly consequential for future cancer patients, family members, and other untrained caregivers. Because low health literacy increases the likelihood of poor health outcomes, those with low health literacy would benefit from interventions to improve cancer health literacy. Objective: Our study was designed to address the need for measuring cancer health literacy in populations without cancer. Methods: The Cancer Health Literacy Test-30 (CHLT-30) wasdoi:10.3928/24748307-20180207-01 fatcat:mfajkscu6nfrlbki7ws5qwabca