Correction to: Cancer Causes & Control https://doi.org/10.1007/s10552-018-1079-z
In the original publication of the article, the concluding paragraph of the Discussion section was inadvertently missed and is provided below.
In conclusion, the current study showed that in Australia, men generally fare worse with cancer than women. It is essential to unravel the mediating effects of stage at diagnosis, co-morbidities, treatment modalities and health-related lifestyle factors on these sex differences in cancer outcomes. Emerging new methods from the causal inference literature offer promise in this area, particularly as access to linked population-based cancer and other health-related datasets improves. Future national and international research should focus on identifying actionable factors to address inequalities in cancer outcomes, which may improve survival for both men and women.
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Afshar, N., English, D.R., Thursfield, V. et al. Correction to: Differences in cancer survival by sex: a population-based study using cancer registry data. Cancer Causes Control 29, 1071 (2018). https://doi.org/10.1007/s10552-018-1089-x