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Study reveals causes of survival disparities based on insurance among rectal cancer patients
Date:6/13/2010

he factors listed above, the investigators determined that rectal cancer patients insured through Medicaid had a 34 percent increased risk of dying within five years compared with privately insured patients. Uninsured patients had a 29 percent increased risk of dying within five years compared with privately insured patients. Disparities in cancer stage and treatment accounted for approximately 53 percent of the excess deaths, while factors other than stage and treatment accounted for approximately 17 percent.

"Our main finding, that most of the excess mortality seen among uninsured and Medicaid-insured patients was explained by two modifiable factors (stage and treatment) suggests that improving insurance coverage and reducing cost-related barriers to primary care, colorectal cancer screening, and high-quality treatment would have a major impact on colorectal cancer survival disparities," said Dr. Robbins.


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Contact: David Sampson
david.sampson@cancer.org
213-368-8523
American Cancer Society
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