Paper published in Cancer Causes & Control

This paper reports on a study indicating that local social domains, behavioral risk, and health care sources are associated with geographic disparities in cervical cancer mortality rates.

Du P, Lemkin A, Kluhsman B, Chen J, Roth RE, MacEachren A, Meyers C, Zurlo J, and Lengerich E 2010 The roles of social domains, screening, and HPV infection in spatial clusters of US cervical cancer mortality: Not all the clusters are the same. Cancer Causes and Control DOI 10.1007/s10552-10010-19596-10554

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