Mortality-to-Incidence Ratios by U.S. Congressional District: Implications for Epidemiologic, Dissemination and Implementation Research, and Public Health Policy
Analyzes congressional district-specific mortality-to-incidence ratios (MIR) between 2011 and 2015 for all cancers and for cancers of breast, cervix, colorectal, esophagus, lung, oral, pancreas, and prostate cancers. Compares MIRs across regions, state Medicaid expansion status, race, and rurality. Discusses implications for policymakers and researchers.
Jan M. Eberth, Whitney E. Zahnd, Swann Arp Adams, et al.
Preventative Medicine, 129(S), 105849
Access · Appalachia · Cancer · Medicaid · Mortality · Policy · Racial and ethnic groups · Rural-urban differences · State-by-state data · Statistics and data · The South · State-by-state