Angela W. Prehn, Barbara Topol, Susan Stewart, Sally L. Glaser, Lilia O'Connor and Dee W. West Differences in treatment patterns for localized breast carcinoma among Asian/Pacific islander women Cancer 95
Article first published online: 15 NOV 2002 | DOI: 10.1002/cncr.10965
Treatment patterns for localized breast carcinoma differed among Chinese, Japanese, Filipino, and white women. These differences were not explained by demographic, medical, or socioeconomic characteristics, supporting the idea that cultural factors may play a role in breast carcinoma treatment choices.
See also pages 2257–9, this issue.
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