One study suggested that modifiable factors could improve racial disparities in the stage at which lung cancer is diagnosed.
Survey responses revealed a lack of culturally competent care and tailored resources.
The proteins were only predictive for African-American patients, not European-American patients.
Standard eligibility criteria perpetuate racial disparities and are often not medically justifiable, according to researchers.
The incidence was highest among Laotian and Chinese Americans.
Allostatic load was associated with a 14% increase in the risk of death.