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Table 5 Census tract characteristics by TNBC prevalence and race-ICE quintiles

From: Racial disparities in triple negative breast cancer: toward a causal architecture approach

  Lower TNBC,
lower race-ICE disadvantage
(population N = 39,924, tract N = 12)a
Lower TNBC,
higher race-ICE disadvantage
(population N = 4989, tract N = 2)b
Higher TNBC,
lower race-ICE disadvantage
(tract N = 0)c
Higher TNBC,
higher race-ICE disadvantage
(population N = 39,647, tract N = 10)d
% TNBCe 4.1% 0.0% 28.8%
ICE-Race, mean (SD)f 0.82 (0.07)  − 0.37 (0.16)  − 0.48 (0.33)
% Blackf 4.5% 56.0% 63.9%
% Povertyf 5.0% 27.0% 23.3%
% Without high school educationf,g 5.6% 15.4% 13.0%
Alcohol retailers 8 4 19
Fast-food retailers 12 5 14
Alcohol retailers per 1000 people 0.20 0.80 0.48
Fast-food retailers per 1000 people 0.30 1.00 0.35
% With AUDh 14.9% 23.9% 25.4%
% With obesityh 33.9% 38.7% 43.4%
  1. aCorresponds to light gray tracts in Fig. 1A
  2. bCorresponds to teal tracts in Fig. 1A
  3. cCorresponds to magenta tracts in Fig. 1A
  4. dCorresponds to blue tracts in Fig. 1A
  5. eTNBC prevalence determined from patients diagnosed with invasive breast cancer at HFGCCRI between 2012 and 2020 (N = 3449)
  6. fCensus tract population data from American Community Survey 5-year estimates, 2014–2018
  7. gEducational attainment defined for the population aged 25 and older
  8. hAUD and obesity prevalence determined from adults hospitalized at Christiana Care between July 1, 2018 and June 30, 2019 (N = 20,310)