2012 Update: SEER Cancer Statistics Review (1975-2009)


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Published on Apr 16, 2012 by

Dr. Kathy Cronin, Ph.D., from NCI's Surveillance Research Program discusses results from the 2012 update to the Cancer Statistics Review, This new update adds data from 2009 on incidence, mortality and survival of cancer in the United States. For more information, visit http://j.mp/HSf1K5

Note: The SEER data set starts in 1973, but the Cancer Statistics review reports from 1975.


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  • This video is about our annual statistics report. However, there is a lot of information about research into radial/ethnic disparities and cancer on our website. I can't add the link here, but if you go to cancer dot gov and search for "disparities" you will find lots of information.

  • 17/4/2012 Do you know or can you explain why there is such discrepancy in the incidence and mortality between both groups of women (caucasians and African-Caribbeans). Is this part of physiological differences between both groups? Is similar pattern shown in prostate cancer (men therefore)?

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