Disparities in the coverage of cancer information in ethnic minority and mainstream mass print media.
- Published Article
Ethnicity & disease
- Publication Date
Jan 01, 2005
Cancer coverage in ethnic and mainstream newspapers did not accurately reflect the leading causes of cancer death in Canada. Results also suggest the need for the collection of cancer data by ethnic minority group in Canada. Without the disaggregation of cancer statistics by ethnicity, we cannot inform high-risk subgroups of the population and appropriately tailor cancer prevention and treatment programs.
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