Sarah Hill, Diana Sarfati, Tony Blakely, Bridget Robson, Gordon Purdie, Elizabeth Dennett, Donna Cormack, Kevin Dew, John Z. Ayanian and Ichiro Kawachi Ethnicity and management of colon cancer in New Zealand Cancer 116
Article first published online: 21 APR 2010 | DOI: 10.1002/cncr.25127
Significant racial/ethnic differences were observed in the treatment of Maori (indigenous) and non-Maori New Zealanders with colon cancer. Maori patients appeared to receive a lower quality of cancer care, including a higher risk of postoperative death, longer treatment delays, and a lower probability of receiving adjuvant chemotherapy.
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