Racial and Ethnic Variations in Lung Cancer Incidence and Mortality

Racial and Ethnic Variations in Lung Cancer Incidence and Mortality

Journal of Clinical Oncology

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This study aimed to evaluate racial/ethnic differences in lung cancer incidence and mortality in the Women’s Health Initiative Study, a longitudinal prospective cohort evaluation of postmenopausal women recruited from 40 clinical centers.

Racial and Ethnic Variations in Lung Cancer Incidence and Mortality: Results From the Women’s Health Initiative

J. Clin. Oncol 2015 Dec 23;[EPub Ahead of Print], MI Patel, A Wang, K Kapphahn, M Desai, RT Chlebowski, MS Simon, CE Bird, G Corbie-Smith, SL Gomez, LL Adams-Campbell, ML Cote, ML Stefanick, HA Wakelee
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