Key clinical point: Later diagnosis and reduced access to care can place a double burden on minorities.
Major finding: Compared with whites, stage I diagnoses were less common in blacks (odds ratio, 0.62) and Hispanics (OR, 0.72).
Study details: Retrospective analysis of records from the New York State Cancer Registry (n = 18,284).
Disclosures: No funding was disclosed. Dr. David and Dr. Nobel have no relevant financial disclosures.
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