Examining the gastric cancer survival gap between Asians and whites in the United States
Globally, Asian countries bear a disproportionate gastric cancer burden. Asian Americans, the fastest growing minority population in the US, have higher gastric cancer survival than non-Hispanic whites (NHWs) despite higher incidence. Benefitting from uniform cancer registry standards within the US, we examine for the first time the heterogeneity in the Asian American population, which may elucidate the causes of these disparities.
Pinheiro, P. S.,
Callahan, K. E.,
Altekruse, S. F.
Examining the gastric cancer survival gap between Asians and whites in the United States.
Gastric Cancer, 20(4),