Childhood cancer incidence by ethnic group in England, 2001–2007: A descriptive epidemiological study

After the first year of life, cancers are the commonest cause of death in children. Incidence rates vary between ethnic groups, and recent advances in data linkage allow for a more accurate estimation of these variations. Identifying such differences may help identify potential risk or protective factors for certain childhood cancers. | Childhood cancer incidence by ethnic group in England 2001 2007 A descriptive epidemiological study

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