Diagnostic and therapeutic delays among a multiethnic sample of breast and cervical cancer survivors.
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Jul 01, 2010
Due in part to a higher proportion of diagnostic and therapeutic delays, ethnic minorities endure greater cancer burden, including poorer survival and survivorship outcomes. The medical community must recognize the impact of existing psychological and cultural dimensions on diagnostic care, as well as the personal and healthcare system level barriers that contribute to therapeutic delays.
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