Table 1.

Demographic and disease characteristics of Hispanic and Asian patients with incident primary liver cancer in California, 1988–2004

CharacteristicHispanicsN = 5,400ChineseN = 2,105JapaneseN = 552FilipinosN = 1,009KoreansN = 873VietnameseN = 1,270TotalsN = 11,209
Age at diagnosis, y
  0–291954%301%20%131%71%232%2702%
  30–391052%854%10%454%243%574%3173%
  40–4964212%22411%255%11311%11713%15512%1,27611%
  50–591,23223%36217%8014%18318%21024%28122%2,34821%
  60–691,48227%59528%21739%22022%27231%37730%3,16328%
  70–791,23923%56927%15929%28728%17921%28422%2,71724%
  80+5059%24011%6812%14815%647%937%1,11810%
  Median636667666263
Sex
  Male3,73769%1,57975%23042%73573%58467%98778%7,85270%
  Female1,66331%52625%32258%27427%28933%28322%3,35730%
Nativity
  U.S.-born2,92754%1819%19535%545%223%191%3,39830%
  Foreign-born2,47346%192491%35765%95595%85197%125199%7,81170%
Tumor stage at diagnosis
  Localized1,60930%66031%17131%30530%26931%42033%3,43431%
  Regional73814%31815%8415%17417%12514%21817%1,65715%
  Distant1,40626%60229%15829%30230%22426%34727%3,03927%
  Unspecified1,64731%52525%13925%22823%25529%28522%3,07827%