Disparities in colorectal cancer incidence among Latino subpopulations in California defined by country of origin
Cancer causes & control : CCC | 26 Nov 2015
MC Stern, J Zhang, E Lee, D Deapen and L Liu
In California, colorectal cancer (CRC) is the second most common cancer in Latinos. Using data from the California Cancer Registry, we investigated demographic and clinical characteristics of 36,133 Latinos with CRC living in California during 1995-2011 taking into account subpopulations defined by country of origin.
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