Published in Women's Health Weekly, September 22nd, 2005
Scientists in the United Kingdom conducted a study "To estimate ethnic and socioeconomic differences in breast cancer incidence and survival between South Asians and non-South Asians in England and Wales, and to provide a baseline for surveillance of cancer survival in South Asians, the largest ethnic minority." The study group consisted of "115,712 women diagnosed with first primary invasive breast cancer in England and Wales during 1986-90 and followed up to 1995."
Farooq and Coleman described their study: "Ethnic group was ascribed by a...
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