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Cancer Prevention (Smoking) in the Black Population: A Community Research/Intervention Model

  • William A. Darity
  • George B. Cernada
  • Ted T. L. Chen
  • Harris Pastides
  • Edward G. StanekIII
  • Robert W. Tuthill
  • Alvin Winder

Abstract

There is evidence of a strong relationship between certain cancers and cigarette smoking. The incidence rates for important smoking-related cancers of the lung, esophagus, larynx, and pancreas are higher in Blacks than in Whites in the United States, and a greater proportion of Blacks smoke cigarettes.

Keywords

Smoking Cessation Black Woman Smoking Behavior Baseline Survey Black Male 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • William A. Darity
  • George B. Cernada
  • Ted T. L. Chen
  • Harris Pastides
  • Edward G. StanekIII
  • Robert W. Tuthill
  • Alvin Winder

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