Racial differences in tumor grade among women with endometrial cancer.

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Black women with endometrial cancer have more advanced disease and less favorable tumor grade than do white women. This study evaluated whether racial differences in tumor grade could be explained by hormone-related factors and other putative determinants of grade. Subjects included 207 white and 81 black postmenopausal women diagnosed with primary cancer… (More)

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@article{Hill1995RacialDI, title={Racial differences in tumor grade among women with endometrial cancer.}, author={Holly A. Hill and Ralph J. Coates and Harland D Austin and Pelayo Correa and Stanley J. Robboy and Vivien W. Chen and Lorie A. Click and Rolland J. Barrett and John G. Boyce and Herbert L. Kotz}, journal={Gynecologic oncology}, year={1995}, volume={56 2}, pages={154-63} }