A study of cancer mortality rates and trends among Asian Americans has revealed that specific ethnic groups face higher rates of some cancer types. They examined the mortality statistics by cancer type, sex, and ethnicity divided into Asian Indian, Chinese, Filipino, Japanese, Korean and Vietnamese. As well as determining that there is generally a lower cancer death rate among Asian Americans than non-Hispanic white people, specific cancer rates were shown to differ between the various ethnic groups. Breast cancer death rates were significantly lower among most Asian American women than non-Hispanic white women, however they were higher among those of Filipino and Asian Indian descent. Lung cancer was identified as the leading cause of all cancer-related deaths among Asian American men, with a modest increase in lung cancer deaths found among Chinese, Filipina, and Japanese women specifically.
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Cancer Death Rates Vary Among Asian Ethnic Groups, Study Finds
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Research shows high cancer death rates in Asia
The age-standardised rate for all cancers including non-melanoma skin cancer for men and women combined was The rate was higher for men With the burden growing in almost every country, prevention of cancer is one of the most significant public health challenges of the 21st century. Reducing the cancer burden requires concerted and integrated action from all sectors of society, including civil society, private sector, and health and other professions. Age-standardised rates are used in the tables.
South Asians ancestry in India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, or Sri Lanka may have lower cancer risk than other racial-ethnic groups. To supplement published cohort data suggesting low cancer risk in South Asians. Logistic regression models with 7 covariates to study cancer mortality through in , persons South Asians with baseline examination data from to Through , death was attributed to cancer in 28, persons, of which were Asians, including 32 South Asians.