Does socioeconomic disparity in cancer incidence vary across racial/ethnic groups?

  title={Does socioeconomic disparity in cancer incidence vary across racial/ethnic groups?},
  author={Daixin Yin and Cyllene R. Morris and Mark C. Allen and Rosemary Donaldson Cress and Janet H. Bates and Lihua Liu},
  booktitle={Cancer Causes & Control},
Very few studies have simultaneously examined incidence of the leading cancers in relation to socioeconomic status (SES) and race/ethnicity in populations including Hispanics and Asians. This study aims to describe SES disparity in cancer incidence within each of four major racial/ethnic groups (non-Hispanic white, black, Hispanic, and Asian/Pacific Islander) for five major cancer sites, including female breast cancer, colorectal cancer, cervical cancer, lung cancer, and prostate cancer… CONTINUE READING
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