Michigan Cancer Surveillance Program
- Analyzing Cancer Outcome Disparities Geographically: Data for breast and prostate cancer stage at diagnosis and survival were analyzed using geospatial analytical tools to identify areas of statistically poorer outcomes at varying scales.
- Assessing Cancer Incidence in American Indian Tribes: Improving ascertainment of American Indians relative to cancer incidence data is critical to resolving the persistent inability to assess accurately the risk and trends in cancer among American Indians.
- Assessing HPV Prevalence and Types in Cancer Lesions: A feasibility study was undertaken to explore the potential for using population-based registries to assess HPV prevalence and HPV types within selected cancer lesions.
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