Breast cancer survival among Hawaii Japanese and Caucasian women. Ten-year rates and survival by place of birth.

@article{LeMarchand1985BreastCS,
  title={Breast cancer survival among Hawaii Japanese and Caucasian women. Ten-year rates and survival by place of birth.},
  author={L LeMarchand and Laurence N. Kolonel and Abraham M. Y. Nomura},
  journal={American journal of epidemiology},
  year={1985},
  volume={122 4},
  pages={571-8}
}
Unlike past breast cancer survival comparisons between Japan and the United States, a recent study in Hawaii showed that Japanese women did not retain their survival advantage over Caucasian women after adjustment was made for stage at diagnosis. To test whether this finding in Hawaii was due to the limited duration of the follow-up (five years) or to the effects of migration, the survival experience of 1,357 Caucasian and 1,029 Japanese women with invasive breast carcinoma diagnosed in Hawaii… CONTINUE READING

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