New study reports that children in the U.S. who present with nasopharyngeal carcinoma are more often black and have advanced disease compared with adults
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Studies show African-Americans have significantly worse five-year overall survival compared with white, Hispanic, Asian patients
Should race, ethnicity and ancestry be used as universal proxies for genetic, social and socioeconomic issues related to otolaryngology conditions? Background: Historically, race, ethnicity and ancestry have been associated with otolaryngology conditions such as nasopharyngeal carcinoma, otosclerosis, acoustic neuroma, sickle cell anemia, Burkitt’s lymphoma and skin malignancies. Advances in genetics could help otolaryngologists move beyond these […]