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  • br Clinical Practice Points br Most

    2022-04-25


    Clinical Practice Points
    · Most current research has explored racial disparities in lymphoma at a national level. This study sought to identify and describe racial disparities in non-Hodgkin lymphoma in a specific catchment area where its findings could be used to implement new clinical practices aimed at addressing these 4μ8C disparities.
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    · Black patients in Georgia with DLBCL were more likely than Whites to present with stage III/IV disease and B symptoms and had significantly worse 2-year and 5-year relative survival.
    · Regional information on racial differences in lymphoma incidence and presentation can help to inform future clinical practices directed at improving outcomes in poor-risk populations.
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