Factors associated with survival differences between black women and white women with cancer of the uterine corpus.


Prognostic factors leading to the survival advantage of white women over black women with uterine corpus cancer were evaluated by using a series of patients diagnosed from 1973-1977 in three geographic areas of the United States participating in the National Cancer Institute's Surveillance, Epidemiology, and End Results Program. Higher survival rates were… (More)


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