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The influence of socio-economic and locational disadvantage on patterns of surgical care for lung cancer in Western Australia 1982-2001
Australian Health Review
Objective: Patterns of in-hospital surgical care for lung cancer in Western Australia were examined, including the effects of demographic, locational and socio-economic disadvantage and the possession of private health insurance, on the likelihood of receiving surgery. Patients and methods: The WA Record Linkage Project was used to extract hospital morbidity, cancer and death records of all people with lung cancer in Western Australia from 1982 to 2001. The likelihood of receiving lung cancerdoi:10.1071/ah042720068 pmid:15525239 fatcat:awj6czylfbcpfifw2rhkhlef3e