Hispanic Americans has Higher Survival Rate than White Americans
According to new research, more Hispanic Texans are dying because of cancer than any other cause. It is also revealed that only 3% of the Hispanic Texans, which are dying are of the age of 75 years and more.
As per the report published in the Texas Public Health Journal, cancer was declared to be the leading cause of death among Hispanic Texans, who are of the age of 76 years old and less.
Scientists declared that the survival rate of the Hispanics after diagnosing the disease is more than the non-Hispanic whites.
Dr. James S. Goodwin, Principal investigator of University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston and Dr. Linda S. Elting, co-principal investigator of the University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center, said that since there seems to be more advancement of cancer after diagnosing in the Hispanics, but their death rates were lower than in the white population.
Scientists on comparing the survival rate of the Hispanic Americans with that of the white Americans declared that the Hispanic Americans survive more than that of the white Americans after suffering with the same disease.
The researchers said that despite the Hispanics earn less income, they are uneducated and have less access to the healthcare they live more life than the white Americans.
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