What is it about?

This study presents total and partial prevalence for the first time using actual dates from a large poor population in China, providing valuable information for tailored cancer prevention and control, quantifying the cancer burden and identifying priorities for poverty alleviation plans.

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Why is it important?

Cancer imposes significant health and financial burdens in the rural poor.

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This page is a summary of: Cancer prevalence among the rural poverty-stricken population in Northeast China, Cancer Management and Research, May 2019, Dove Medical Press,
DOI: 10.2147/cmar.s205867.
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