Cancer Incidence Among American Indian and Alaska Native Populations in Urban Indian Health Organization Service Areas, 2008–2017

U.S. Cancer Statistics Data Briefs, No. 20
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Data brief showing cancer incidence rates for American Indian and Alaska Native (AI/AN) populations living in select urban areas vary by geographic region. Rates in certain regions, such as Alaska and the Southern Plains, are higher in urban AI/AN compared with White populations.

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