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American Indian and Alaskan Native Teen Cigarette SmokingAmerican Indian and Alaskan Native Teens have the largest percentage of cigarette smokers in the nation.... Details >National Cancer Institute, National Institutes of HealthAmerican Indians/Alaska Natives and Cancer Facts about American Indians and Alaska Natives and cancer.... Details >Intercultural Cancer CouncilCancer and American Indian/Alaska Native WomenThis brief fact sheet describes how cancer affects minority women.... Details >National Women's Health Information Center, Office on Women's Health, U.S. Department of Health and Human ServicesCancer and Hair Loss Hair loss is a very upsetting side effect of cancer treatment. It is one of the side effects that is easily visible to others and hard to hide (from family, co-workers). This section explains how and ... Details >Native American Cancer ResearchCancer Health DispartiesCancer affects people of all racial and ethnic groups. An estimated 555,500 Americans are expected to die of the disease in 2002.
While American Indian/Alaska Natives experience some of the lowest ra... Details >National Cancer Institute, National Institutes of HealthCancer in Alaska Native WomenAge-adjusted cancer incidence rates for Alaska Natives are similar to, if not higher than, those of other Americans.
... Details >National Cancer Institute, National Institutes of HealthCancer in American Indian WomenThere are almost 2.5 million self-identifying American Indians/Alaska Natives in the United States.... Details >National Cancer Institute, National Institutes of HealthCancer in Women of Color MonographStatistics are presented for both American Indian and Alaska Native women. A PDF containing more information is available.... Details >National Cancer Institute, National Institutes of Healthcancer.gov: Clinical TrialsInformation designed for use by cancer patients and their families, the general public, and health professionals who help people make decisions about cancer care. It includes news updates, a history ... Details >National Cancer Institute, National Institutes of HealthEliminate Disparities in Cancer Screening & ManagementCancer is the second leading cause of death in the United States, causing more than 500,000 deaths each year. The chances of having cancer in a lifetime are 45 percent for men and 41 percent for women... Details >Office of Minority Health (CDC)
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