1 edition of Racial and geographical factors in tumour incidence found in the catalog.
Racial and geographical factors in tumour incidence
Papers read at the 2nd symposium of the Pfizer Foundation of the Post Graduate medical school, University of Edinburgh, 1966.
|Series||Pfizer medical monographs -- 2|
|Contributions||Shivas, A. A.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 291p. :|
|Number of Pages||291|
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Racial and Geographical Factors in Tumour Incidence. Please click on the PDF icon to access. Abstract. It must be said first that this book has many of the faults commonly found in published proceedings of symposia—little in it is new, some is padded, much is overwritten, and most is dull.
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Country of Publication: Scotland Publisher: Edinburgh, University Press [c] Description: viii, p. illus. Language: English LCCN: S MeSH: Epidemiology*; Neoplasms*; Neoplasms/epidemiology* Publication Type(s): Congresses Notes: Papers read at. Abstract. Thorough and comprehensive reviews exist on the epidemiology of carcinoma of the prostate (7, 16, 19, 31).In reviewing descriptive epidemiology of the disease, this chapter will give mortality and incidence rates for carcinoma of the prostate in by: 6.
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Heredity and Environment in Geographic Variations in Cancer Incidence K. Shanmugaratnam Department of Pathology, University of Singapore, Outram Road, Singapore 3 ABSTRACT Geographic migrant genesis most in those by of and r a c i a l most variations in cancer incidence and the patterns of factors are racial of living cancer in the in in populations demonstrate the are is in seldom importance Author: K.
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RACIAL AND GEOGRAPHICAL FACTORS IN TUMOUR IN-CIDENCE Edited by A. Shivas. (Pp. viii + ; illustrated. 63s.) Edinburgh University Press. Now that the possibilities of cancer prevention are becoming more fully appreciated there is an increasing need for epidemiological studies which can help to identify the causative factors Author: D.
Baron. CHAPTER Liver Tumours Graeme Pitcher V. Joseph Table Demographic of malignant liver tumours in childhood. Tumour Incidence of HB (%) Gender bias (male-to-female ratio) Age (years) Racial distribution Alpha-foetoprotein Comments Hepatocellular carcinoma 48 Equal All ↑ Less than 4 years of age Hepatocellular carcinoma.
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