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Assessment of Prediagnostic Experiences of Black Women With Endometrial Cancer in the United States.

Assessment of Prediagnostic Experiences of Black Women With Endometrial Cancer in the United States. Black women with endometrial cancer have a 90% higher mortality rate than white women with endometrial cancer. The advanced disease stage at which black women receive a diagnosis of endometrial cancer is a major factor in this disparity and is not explained by differences in health care access. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png JAMA network open Pubmed

Assessment of Prediagnostic Experiences of Black Women With Endometrial Cancer in the United States.

JAMA network open , Volume 3 (5): -204953999999 – Oct 26, 2020

Assessment of Prediagnostic Experiences of Black Women With Endometrial Cancer in the United States.


Abstract

Black women with endometrial cancer have a 90% higher mortality rate than white women with endometrial cancer. The advanced disease stage at which black women receive a diagnosis of endometrial cancer is a major factor in this disparity and is not explained by differences in health care access.

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ISSN
2574-3805
eISSN
2574-3805
DOI
10.1001/jamanetworkopen.2020.4954
pmid
32412636

Abstract

Black women with endometrial cancer have a 90% higher mortality rate than white women with endometrial cancer. The advanced disease stage at which black women receive a diagnosis of endometrial cancer is a major factor in this disparity and is not explained by differences in health care access.

Journal

JAMA network openPubmed

Published: Oct 26, 2020

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