A Population-Based Assessment of Metastatic Hepatoblastoma in Texas Reveals Ethnic Disparities
Presents the results of a population-based study to advance knowledge of the epidemiology of hepatoblastoma, a common liver disease in children particularly Latino children, and to identify the high-risk factors of the disease to improve health outcomes. Study evaluated population data based on sex, race or ethnicity, age, urban-rural status, and residence in the Texas-Mexico border region.
Andres F. Espinoza, Michael E. Scheurer, Tiffany M. Chambers, Sanjeev A. Vasudevan, Philip J. Lupo
Frontiers in Public Health, 11
Black or African American · Children and youth · Health disparities · Hispanic or Latino · Men · Rural-urban differences · Statistics and data · U.S.-Mexico Border Region · White · Women · Texas