Cancer incidence in Alaska Natives thirty-year report 1969-1998.

@article{Lanier2001CancerII,
  title={Cancer incidence in Alaska Natives thirty-year report 1969-1998.},
  author={Anne P. Lanier and Janet J. Kelly and Peter Holck and Benjamin E Smith and Terrie McEvoy and John Sandidge},
  journal={Alaska medicine},
  year={2001},
  volume={43 4},
  pages={87-115}
}
The Alaska Native Tumor Registry includes data from 1969 to the present. This report provides incidence rates over the thirty year period, 1969 through 1998, and compares trends over time for Alaska Natives (AN) with those of US Whites and Blacks. To examine current rates, average annual age-adjusted incidence rates for AN for 1984-98 are compared with US Whites. Data from the registry document numerous differences in rates of occurrence of specific cancers compared to US Whites and Blacks… CONTINUE READING

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