Racial disparities diminish in specialised cancer centres

Wednesday, March 24, 2010 - 08:56 in Health & Medicine

African Americans die from cancer at higher rates than whites, studies have shown. Now, a new study led by Tracy Onega, PhD, MA, of Dartmouth Medical School finds that where patients are treated may partly explain these disparities in mortality...

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