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Early-Onset Pancreatic Cancer Increased in White and Hispanic Women

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Between 1995 and 2018, non-Hispanic White and Hispanic women in the United States experienced the greatest increases in early-onset pancreatic cancer (EOPC) incidence, according to study results published in Gastroenterology.

Researchers extracted data from the North American Association of Central Cancer Registries (NAACCR) for the years 1995 to 2018. The NAACCR dataset consists of information from all US-based cancer registries, including patient demographics and medical history. The present analysis categorized all cases of invasive pancreatic cancer as either EOPC or late-onset pancreatic cancer (LOPC) based on a cut-off age of 55 years. Annual age-adjusted incidence rates for both EOPC and LOPC were calculated for the entire cohort, then for each sex- and race-based strata. Annual percent change in age-adjusted incidence rates were also estimated. Read more . . . 


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