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The Contribution of Cancer Incidence, Stage at Diagnosis and Survival to Racial Differences in Years of Life Expectancy

By Mitchell D. Wong, Susan L. Ettner, W. John Boscardin and Martin F. Shapiro
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Publisher: Springer-Verlag
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