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Lung Cancer Disparities

Compared with White women, Black women are:
  • more likely to be diagnosed with cervical cancer
  • more likely to be diagnosed at a later stage of cervical cancer
  • less likely to receive optimal treatment
  • nearly twice as likely to die of cervical cancer
Compared with White women, Hispanic women are:
  • more likely to be diagnosed with cervical cancer
  • more likely to die of cervical cancer

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