Figure 1: This column-graph demonstrates the race distribution among the six chosen index large case-based series of Bansal et al. [8], Clayton Smith etal. [9], Garg et al. [10], Garg et al. [11], Nemani et al. [12], and Wright et al. [13]. The -axis indicates the percentage of patients in the respective study that fall into each category. Contradictory to the commonly held belief that Afro-Americans are more likely to develop uterine carcinosarcoma than Caucasians, all six studies had a white population much greater than the Afro-Americans.