The risk of dying

By socio-economicphoma patients ‘ survival by socio-economic factors affected treatment andSocioeconomic factors and the type of treatment received have an impact on non-Hodgkin ‘s lymphoma patients, the risk of dying. That is the conclusion of a new study in the 1 December 2008 issue of Cancer, a peer-reviewed journal of the American Cancer Society released . The study reveals that poorer socioeconomic status increases of a patient of a patient during chemotherapy reduces the risk.

NHL is a common type of cancer in the elderly. The incidence has increased in recent decades, and Caucasians have higher incidence and mortality rates associated with the disease than patients in other ethnic groups. Newer treatments for NHL have become available in recent years, but no ethnic differences in survival rates as they relate as they relate to treatment, diagnosis, socioeconomic status , or other factors.

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