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SEER Reports and Monographs (see Statistical Publications for additional materials)

[T-095] Pub. No. 07-6281 (limit 1) This report uses case studies to analyze the performance and appropriateness of various potential measures of health disparities. It presents results from 22 separate analyses in 10 case studies and includes assessments of socioeconomic, race, ethnic, and geographic disparities in a range of cancer-related outcomes, such as mortality, incidence, risk factors, and screening.
[T-098] Pub. No. 07-6215 (limit 3) This monograph examines cancer survival by patient and tumor characteristics for over 1.6 million adult cancers diagnosed during the period 1988-2001. Survival data are from NCI's SEER Program and represent cancer in approximately one-fourth of the U.S. population. The patient and tumor characteristics shown vary by cancer site. The tumor characteristics may include subsite, size of tumor, extension of the tumor, lymph nodes positive, distant metastases, and histologic type. This publication is also available in PDF.
[T-070] Pub. No. 05-5302 (limit 20) This monograph reports on the risk of new malignancies that have arisen among more than 2 million SEER cancer survivors for the period 1973 to 2000. Risks of subsequent cancers are evaluated for more than 50 adult and 18 childhood tumors, by gender, age at diagnosis of the initial cancer, and time since diagnosis, as well as the initial treatment and histologic type of certain cancers. This publication is also available in PDF.
[M-001] Pub. No. 06-5767 (limit 1) This monograph was developed to gather population-based incidence, mortality, and survival data specific to cancers that occur in the adolescents and young adults, along with epidemiological data and risk factors for the development of age-specific cancers. This publication is also available in PDF.

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[T-074] Pub. No. 05-5777 (limit 1) This monograph provides an empirical analysis for methods appropriate for the measurement of cancer disparities. Several national and state level datasets that include information related to cancer data will provide analytic examples to inform discussion of and selection among various measures of health disparities for monitoring of Healthy People 2010 cancer-related health disparities. This publication is also available in PDF.
[T-823] Pub. No. 03-5417 (limit 1) This monograph analyzes area socioeconomic differentials and trends in incidence, mortality, stage of disease, treatment, and survival for all cancers combined and for six major cancers (lung, colon/rectum, prostate, breast, uterine cervix, and melanoma of the skin) by sex and race/ethnicity in the United States. This publication is also available in PDF.
[No. T-506] Pub. No. 99-4649 A compendium of statistical trends and risk factors associated with childhood cancers is contained in this National Cancer Institute (NCI) monograph. It is intended to aid researchers in the search for answers about these rare cancers. This publication is also available in PDF.
[No. T-474] Pub. No. 99-4543 This monograph provides the most detailed information available on the demographic and clinical features of prostate cancer in the United States. This publication is also available in PDF.