Changes over time in the effect of marital status on cancer survival

January 2011
BMC Public Health;2011, Vol. 11 Issue 1, p804
Academic Journal
The article presents a medical research conducted on investigating the changes over time in the effect of marital status on cancer survival. It mentions that the research is followed by the fact that rates of all-cause and cause-specific mortality are higher among unmarried than married individuals. It discusses the method used for the study and findings of the study. It concludes that no obvious explanation for the increasing disadvantage among the never-married is found.


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