Published in Cancer Weekly, August 1st, 2006
Study 1: Colorectal cancer (CRC) screening and treatment in Hispanics may need modification.
"While CRC incidence and mortality rates have declined slightly over the past decade, there remain marked differences by ethnicity. Our aim was to investigate ethnic differences in occurrence, clinical presentation and outcome of CRC at a tertiary university center that serves a predominantly Hispanic population. Prospectively collected data from the tumor registry on patients diagnosed with colorectal cancer from 1985 through 2001 was examined," researchers in the United...
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