Epidemiologic Evidence for Genetic Variability in the Frequency of Cancer: Ethnic Differences
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There are some remarkable ethnic differences in the frequency of cancer. Differences that change with migration are apparently due to the environment; those that remain constant are presumably due to inheritance, if diagnostic accuracy and reporting remain comparable.
KeywordsAcute Lymphocytic Leukemia Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia Basal Cell Carcinoma Testicular Cancer Tinea Capitis
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