Are Aboriginal People more likely to be Diagnosed with more Advanced Cancer?

Description

Australian Aboriginal people have poorer survival than non-Aboriginal people after diagnosis of most cancer types.1

Spread of disease at diagnosis is a major prognostic factor for cancer, and differences in spread of disease partly explain the disparities in cancer survival between Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal people.1,2

 

Learning Outcomes

  1. Review whether Aboriginal people in New South Wales are more likely to be diagnosed with more advanced cancer than non-Aboriginal people

 

 

The Medical Journal of Australia
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Reading: journal; textbook; book; literature review
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MBA: 1h : 0m
Oncology
Medical Practitioner, Medical Student, Dentist, Doctor-in-Training, Non-Vocationally Registered, Nurse / Midwife, Occupational Therapist, Paramedic, Pharmacist, Podiatrist, Psychologist, Researcher, Retired, Specialist - Other, Specialist General Practitioner
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