Cancer studies find disparities in survival rates

06/4/2007 | Washington Post, The

A study presented at an oncology conference showed an overall increase in breast cancer survival rates in women, but found that while survival improved for non-Hispanic white women, it remained essentially unchanged for black women. Another study found that only 20% of children with cancer in developing nations survive, compared with 80% of kids with cancer in the developed world.

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