Cancer of the corpus uteri in white and black women in Michigan, 1985-1994: an analysis of trends in incidence and mortality and their relation to histologic subtype and stage.

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BACKGROUND Cancer of the corpus uteri occurs more commonly among white women in the U.S., yet survival is poorer for black women. This study examined whether this trend has changed and also examined the relation of age and histologic subtype to differences in stage. METHODS This retrospective cohort study assessed incidence trends, mortality trends, and… (More)

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@article{Madison1998CancerOT, title={Cancer of the corpus uteri in white and black women in Michigan, 1985-1994: an analysis of trends in incidence and mortality and their relation to histologic subtype and stage.}, author={Timothy J. Madison and David Schottenfeld and Victor R. Baker}, journal={Cancer}, year={1998}, volume={83 8}, pages={1546-54} }