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Original Atricle Neighborhood Deprivation and Lung Cancer Incidence and Mortality A Multilevel Analysis from Sweden Xinjun Li, MD, PhD,* Jan Sundquist, MD, PhD,*† Bengt Zöller, MD, PhD* and Kristina Sundquist, MD, PhD*† ung cancer is considered to be one of the major public Background: Neighborhood deprivation has been implicated in Lhealth challenges, as the most common cancer in terms lung cancer but no study has simultaneously analyzed the potential of both incidence and mortality worldwide. Many risks fac- effect of neighborhood deprivation on both lung cancer incidence tors for lung cancer are known, such as tobacco smoking, and mortality, after adjusting for individual-level socioeconomic fac- air pollution, and family history. Studies have also shown tors, and comorbidities. The aim of this study was to analyze whether associations between individual-level socioeconomic status there is an association between neighborhood deprivation and inci- 1–8 (SES) and lung cancer risk and survival. During the first dence and mortality rates of lung cancer, beyond individual-level decade of this millennium an increasing number of stud- characteristics. ies have described the separate influences of individual- and Design: The incident and mortality cases of lung cancer were deter- 9–13 neighborhood-level SES on health. The concept that dis- mined in the entire Swedish population
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