Low income and rural county of residence increase mortality from bone and joint sarcomas.

  • M. R. Cheung
  • Published 2013 in
    Asian Pacific journal of cancer prevention…

Abstract

BACKGROUND This is a part of a larger effort to characterize the effects on socio-economic factors (SEFs) on cancer outcome. Surveillance, Epidemiology and End Result (SEER) bone and joint sarcoma (BJS) data were used to identify potential disparities in cause specific survival (CSS). MATERIALS AND METHODS This study analyzed SEFs in conjunction with… (More)

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