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Snyder, Orrenzo B.; Kelly, Janet J.; Lanier, Anne P. (2012)
Publisher: Co-Action Publishing
Journal: International Journal of Circumpolar Health
Languages: English
Types: Article
Subjects: prostate cancer, Alaska Native, American Indian/Alaska Native

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Objectives. The incidence of prostate cancer differs significantly between US race groups. In prior reviews of cancer in Alaska Natives, the incidence of prostate cancer has been observed to occur at a low rate compared to US Whites and Blacks. However, a detailed report of prostate cancer in this population has not been previously published. Study Design. Incidence of prostate cancer in Alaska Native men was determined for the time period 1969-2003 using data from the Alaska Native Tumor Registry. The registry is a population- based registry which participates in the National Cancer Institute Surveillance, Epidemiology and End Results Program, and has collected cancer information on Alaska Natives since 1969. Methods. Incidence rates were calculated for all Alaska Natives and for each of the three major ethnic groups (Aleut, Eskimo, Indian). Comparisons of incidence rates between Alaska Natives and US Whites were performed using odds ratios. Temporal changes were identified by a Chi square analysis for trend. Results. During the 35-year period of review, 332 Alaska Native men were diagnosed with prostate cancer. The age-adjusted incidence rate of 69.5 per 100 000 in Alaska Native men during 1994-2003 was significantly higher than the rate of 45.5 per 100 000 for the earlier period 1969- 1983. The US White rate for 1994-2002 of 169.5 per 100 000 was significantly higher than the rate for Alaska Native men for 1994-2003. Results of comparisons between Alaska Native ethnic groups for 1969-2003 showed that prostate cancer was highest in Indians and Aleuts and lowest among Eskimos. Conclusions. Compared to the US White population, the incidence of prostate cancer in Alaska Native men is significantly lower. Prostate cancer rates among Alaska Native ethnic groups differ. The reason for these differences remains undetermined.(Int J Circumpolar Health 2006;65(1):8-17.)Keywords: prostate cancer, Alaska Native, American Indian/Alaska Native
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