Colorectal cancer survival rates vary, study says

07/7/2010 | All Headline News

University of Michigan researchers said five-year survival rates among blacks and whites with colorectal cancer varied by 10%. The study found blacks often are diagnosed with with later-stage cancer and are more likely to have other health problems, less likely to know about cancer screenings and less likely to have surgery or chemotherapy.

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