Recently the British Journal of Cancer published a study on the short-term breast cancer survival in England in relation to ethnicity and key tumour characteristics. It shows that the excess mortality among black women with breast cancer is attributable to …
Henrik Møller is Professor of Cancer Epidemiology at King’s College London, and Director of Cancer Epidemiology and Population Health in King’s Health Partners Comprehensive Cancer Centre. He holds an honorary academic contract with Public Health England, and has academic associations with medical schools at several universities in England and in Denmark. Henrik's research as a focus on variation in risk factors and in health care provision, and the associated variation in patient outcomes. In an international research career spanning more than three decades, he has published 350+ peer reviewed research articles in cancer epidemiology and health services research.
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