Cancer in asian women
Lung cancer in never-smoker Asian females is driven by
Mar 10, 2015 Moreover, the risk of lung cancer differs by raceethnicity. In the United States, approximately 10 of patients with lung cancer are neversmokers, while in Asia, 30 of patients with lung cancer are neversmokers and 50 of lung cancers occur in women who are neversmokers.
Breast Cancer Among Asian Women - National Cancer Institute
Breast cancer is known to vary significantly by raceethnicity. While ER breast cancer is a signature disease in Western populations, breast cancer among Asians has been associated with an early ageonset, a higher proportion of ER tumors, and a distinct shape of agespecific incidence rate patterns.
New genes linked to lung cancer susceptibility in Asian
Vietnamese women have higher rates of cervical cancer than any other racial or ethnic group (including Hispanics), according to U. S. cancerregistry data. Many experts believe this is the case because Asian American women tend to have much lower rates of cervical cancer