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I’m studying for my Health & Medical class and need an explanation.

Using the CDC Wonder website, set the query criteria for pancreatic cancer for the United States as illustrated below. Compare the rates by race for Wisconsin and Colorado. Discuss possible biological, genetic, and environmental reasons for differences. What are potential social determinants that contribute to the disparity presented between the two states?

Use this query upon entering the CDC Wonder website:

Select “Cancer Statistics” under the Wonder Systems tab

Select “Cancer Incidence 1999 – 2013” and click “Data Request”

Organize table layout:

  1. Group results by 1. States and 2. Race (leave the rest of the group options as “None”)
  2. Measures – click “Count” (default) and “Age Adjusted Rates”

Select location – select “States” and “The United States”

Select year and demographics

  1. Year – 2014
  2. Sex – All genders
  3. Age groups – All ages
  4. Ethnicity – All ethnicities
  5. Race – All races

Select cancers of interest - select “Pancreas”

Other options – keep default settings

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Running head: CDC WONDER WEBSITE

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Rate Comparison for Wisconsin and Colorado
Based on race, the rate of pancreatic cancer among Black/African Americans in Colorado
is 10.0 while that of White is 10.2 per 100,000. The rate of pancreas cancer among Black/African
Americans in Wisconsin is 19.4, while White's is 11.9. In this regard, Colorado Whites have higher
cases of pancreas cancer than Black/African Americans, while Wisconsin Black/African
Americans have higher cases than Whites. Moreover, Wisconsin Whites have a higher rate of
pancreatic cancer than Colorado Whites. Also, Wisconsin Black/African Americans have a higher
rate than those in Colorado.
Reasons for the Difference:
a. Biological Factors
Hormonal and allergy concerns are critical biological factors for pancreatic cancer.
According to McGuigan et al. (2...

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