After accounting for competing causes of death and more advanced stage, do Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples with cancer still have worse survival? A population-based cohort study in New South Wales

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples in Australia have been found to have poorer cancer survival than non-Aboriginal people. However, use of conventional relative survival analyses is limited due to a lack of life tables. | After accounting for competing causes of death and more advanced stage do Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples with cancer still have worse survival A population-based cohort study in New South Wales

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