Cancer Incidence and Survival by Major Ethnic Group, England, 2002-2006 : Tees Valley Public Health Shared Service

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The first national analysis of cancer incidence and survival by ethnic group shows that there is some variation in cancer rates and survival between ethnic groups for some cancers.

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  • Publication date25 June 2009
  • CreatorNational Cancer Intelligence Network
  • ContributorLeon Green

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