Racial differences in breast cancer survival: the effect of residual disease.
- Published Article
The Journal of surgical research
- Publication Date
Oct 01, 2001
AA women tend to present at a later stage and have poorer survival from later-stage disease as compared with C women. The poorer survival appears to be related to the decreased ability to achieve disease-free status in AA women with advanced disease. The underlying causes of this difference in treatment outcome need further evaluation.
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