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by R. Sankaranarayanan,R.J. Black,D.M. Parkin

  • Author: R. Sankaranarayanan,R.J. Black,D.M. Parkin
  • ISBN: 9283221451
  • ISBN13: 978-9283221456
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  • Language: English
  • Category: Medicine
  • Publisher: World Health Organization; 1 edition (December 1, 1998)
  • Pages: 183
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Cancer Survival in Developing Countries (IARC Scientific Publications) ePub download

For the first time, comprehensive cancer survival data are published from developing countries 10 populations intotal from Costa Rica, Cuba, China, India, the Philippines and Thailand.

For the first time, comprehensive cancer survival data are published from developing countries 10 populations intotal from Costa Rica, Cuba, China, India, the Philippines and Thailand. These data allow valid comparisons to be made with data from Europe and North America. An interesting finding is that for cancers associated with poor prognosis, the differences in survival between developed and developing countries were negligible.

WHO Classification of Tumours (26). IARC Monographs on the Identification of Carcinogenic Hazards to Humans (128). Formats: Print Book, PDF. Details. Tumour Site Concordance and Mechanisms of Carcinogenesis.

Sriamporn S, Black RJ, Sankaranarayanan R, Kamsaad S, Parkin DM, Vatanasapt V. Cancer survival in Khon Kaen Province . Cancer survival in Khon Kaen Province, Thailand. 1995 May 4;61(3):296-300. Varghese . Krishnan . Sankaranarayanan . Nair B. Survival in multiple myeloma in Kerala.

Data from eleven registries were utilized for eliciting survival trend and seventeen registries for reporting survival by clinical extent of disease. Besides chapters on every registry and general chapters on methodology, database and overview, the availability of online comparative statistics on cancer survival data by participating registries or cancer site in the form of tables or graphs is an added feature. Cover Page, Foreword, Acknowledgments, List of contributors. Chapter 1. Introduction. Chapter 2. Statistical methods for cancer survival analysis.

Auteurs: F. Bray, A. Znaor, P. Cueva, A. Korir, R. Swaminathan, A. Ullrich, . Formats: PDF. Planificación y desarrollo de registros de cáncer de base poblacional en los países de ingresos bajos y medios. Publicaciones Técnicas No. 43.

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Sankaranarayanan R1, Black RJ, Swaminathan R, Parkin D. United States/epidemiology. Urogenital Neoplasms/mortality.

Sankaranarayanan R1, Black RJ, Swaminathan R, Parkin DM. Author information. Publication types, MeSH terms.

IARC Scientific Publications, 145, 135-173. ABSTRACT: Genital cancers in women play an important role in cancer pathology in the developing countries. has been cited by the following article: TITLE: Epidemiological and Histological Aspects of Women Genital Cancers in Côte d’Ivoire. Objectives: This study aimed at clarifying the epidemiological and histopathological aspects of woman genital cancers in C?te d’Ivoire. Materials and Methods: This was a retrospective and descriptive study conducted in the anatomical pathology laboratories of the university hospitals in Abidjan. The study was carried out over a period of twenty-four years (1984-2007).

Publication Analysis. developing countries. To: R Sankaranarayanan, R J Black, R Swaminathan, D M Parkin. 4. survival developing.

For the first time, comprehensive cancer survival data are published from developing countries, 10 populations in total from, Costa Rica, Cuba, China, India, the Philippines and Thailand. These data allow valid comparisons to be made with data from Europe and North America. An interesting finding is that for cancers associated with poor prognosis, the differences in survival between developed and developing countries were negligible. However, there are larger absolute differences for cancers of the large bowel, breast, cervix, ovary and testis, and for lymphoreticular malignancies. The publication provides a framework for investigating the problems in data gathering and patient follow-up, as well as methods for estimating cancer survival in developing countries.
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