The cancer care you receive often varies depending on where you live.

Example: More than twice as many patients with stomach cancer survive for five years in Hawaii—where doctors remove an average of 15 lymph nodes when treating the disease—as in Utah, where the average removed is six. Cancer researchers are developing standard care recommendations in hopes of getting all patients the best available care.

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