Racial, ethnic, and gender variations in cancer risk: considerations for future epidemiologic research.

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There is no question that the risk of many cancers varies substantially by race, ethnic group, and gender. Although important clues to cancer etiology may come from investigating the differences in risk across subgroups of the population, epidemiologic research has often focused on white men. More descriptive and analytic studies are needed to identify and… (More)

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@article{Zahm1995RacialEA, title={Racial, ethnic, and gender variations in cancer risk: considerations for future epidemiologic research.}, author={Shelia Hoar Zahm and Joseph F. Jr. Fraumeni}, journal={Environmental Health Perspectives}, year={1995}, volume={103}, pages={283 - 286} }