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Cancer Stage at Diagnosis, Historical Redlining, and Current Neighborhood Characteristics: Breast, Cervical, Lung, and Colorectal Cancers, Massachusetts, 2001–2015
- N. Krieger, Emily Wright, Jarvis T. Chen, P. Waterman, E. R. Huntley, Mariana C. Arcaya
- MedicineAmerican journal of epidemiology
- 27 March 2020
Multivariable analyses indicated that, net of age, sex/gender, and race/ethnicity, residing in a previously HOLC-redlined area imposed an elevated risk for late stage at diagnosis, even for residents of census tracts with present-day economic and racial privilege, whereas the best historical HOLC grade was not protective for residentsof census tracts without such current privilege.
An economic model of the benefits of professional doula labor support in Wisconsin births.
- W. Chapple, A. Gilliland, Dongmei Li, Emily J. Shier, Emily Wright
- Medicine, EconomicsWMJ : official publication of the State Medical…
- 1 April 2013
A system-based change in how laboring mothers are supported would be an innovative step that would put Wisconsin at the forefront of cost-effective health care, reducing interventions while improving outcomes.
Breast Cancer Incidence, Hormone Receptor Status, Historical Redlining, and Current Neighborhood Characteristics in Massachusetts, 2005-2015
- Emily Wright, P. Waterman, C. Testa, Jarvis T. Chen, N. Krieger
- MedicineJNCI cancer spectrum
- 18 February 2022
Breast cancer risk may be shaped by combined histories of redlining and present-day census tract (CT) social characteristics.
Impact of Differential Privacy and Census Tract Data Source (Decennial Census Versus American Community Survey) for Monitoring Health Inequities.
- N. Krieger, R. Nethery, B. Coull
- Medicine, Political ScienceAmerican journal of public health
- 22 December 2020
Estimates of health inequities at the CT level may not be affected by use of 2020 DP data and uncertainty in the ACS data, and similarity of results across CT denominator sources held for analyses stratified by gender and race/ethnicity.