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Increasing rates of surgical treatment and preventing comorbidities may increase breast cancer survival for Aboriginal women

by Supramaniam R, Gibberd A, Dillon A, Goldsbury DE, O Connell DL

Online journal article
Year 2014
Journal BMC Cancer
Volume 14
Last update 7 March 2014
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  • Aboriginal patterns of cancer care project

    The Patterns of cancer care for Aboriginal people (APOCC) project is being run by Cancer Council NSW to investigate the reason for the increasing number of deaths from cancer in Aboriginal people in NSW.

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