A renewed focus on health disparities in the year 2020: Reexamining geospatial disparities

Academic Article


  • To achieve the ultimate goal of health equity for all people in the United States, new methods are necessary to further understand health disparities in cancer. Geospatial approaches to examine outcomes in cancer control and population sciences in the United States is an area of growing interest, but traditional methods are hindered by the use of a single location at the time of diagnosis. Incorporating residential histories into geospatial analyses overcomes this challenge and is a step forward in improving our understanding of geospatial disparities in cancer outcomes.
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    Author List

  • Williams GR
  • Start Page

  • 2107
  • End Page

  • 2108
  • Volume

  • 29
  • Issue

  • 11