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Xiaoling Niu, Lisa M. Roche, Karen S. Pawlish and Kevin A. Henry Cancer survival disparities by health insurance status Cancer Medicine 2

Version of Record online: 8 MAY 2013 | DOI: 10.1002/cam4.84

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In New Jersey, for many common cancers, uninsured and Medicaid insured patients have significantly higher risks of death than privately insured patients even after adjustment for other demographic and clinical factors. While ensuring that everyone has adequate health insurance is an important step, additional measures must be taken to address cancer survival disparities.

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