1 edition of Trends in cancer mortality in the New Jersey-New York-Philadelphia region, 1950-1975 found in the catalog.
Trends in cancer mortality in the New Jersey-New York-Philadelphia region, 1950-1975
|Other titles||New Jersey region cancer mortality trends, 1950-1975., Cancer mortality trends, 1950-1975.|
|Statement||New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection, Office of Cancer and Toxic Substances Research.|
|Contributions||New Jersey. Office of Cancer and Toxic Substances Research.|
|LC Classifications||RA645.C3 T74 1981|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||44 p. :|
|Number of Pages||44|
|LC Control Number||81622553|
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Cancer mortality trends from to were studied for the New Jersey-New York-Philadelphia metropolitan region and the remainder of the United Cited by: New Jersey-New York-Philadelphia metropolitan corridor shows that dur-ing the early s, as expected, central city counties had substantially higher cancer mortality rates, especially respiratory and digestive, than did suburbs.
Two decades later, differences between the central cities and the suburbs had narrowed and sometimes disappeared. High Cancer Mortality Rates from Childhood Leukemia and Young Adult Hodgkin's Disease and Lymphoma in the New Jersey-New York-Philadelphia Metropolitan Corridor, to Trends in cancer mortality in the New Jersey-New York-Philadelphia region.
Trends in cancer mortality in the New Jersey-New York-Philadelphia region – New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection: Trenton, NJ. Google ScholarCited by: Summary. Atlases of cancer mortality have recently appeared in many nations.
This paper cautions environmental professionals against using them to draw cause-and-effect conclusions because of limitations of the map as a conveyor of information, and limitations of the data used in cancer by: 1. Cancer is the second leading cause of death in the United States and globally.
1 Moreover, cancer is a major cause of morbidity in the United States 1 and is associated with a high economic burden. 2 Overall cancer mortality rates have declined in the United States in recent decades; however, major differences in cancer mortality still exist.
3Cited by:New Jersey's official source for cancer statistics, provides cancer incidence and mortality data for New Jersey displayed in maps, tables, and ide and county-level cancer incidence data are available by cancer site, gender, race, and ethnicity.
Learn More. New Jersey's official source for cancer statistics, provides cancer incidence and mortality data for New Jersey displayed in maps, tables, and ide and county-level cancer incidence data are available by cancer site, gender, race, and ethnicity.
Similar data are available for cancer mortality. New Jersey was ranked just behind Kentucky, Delaware and New York with the highest rates of cancer, among all types and genders, according to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention’s most.
Cancer is the second leading cause of death among Whites and Blacks, but is the leading cause of death among Hispanics and Asians. Four cancers - breast, lung, prostate, and colorectal - represent almost half of all new cancer diagnoses and nearly half of all cancer deaths in the state.
In New Jersey, o deaths each year are due to cancer. PUBLICATIONS. CANCER EPIDEMIOLOGY SERVICES / NJSCR. NEW JERSEY DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH REPORTS. Niu X, Burger S, Pawlish K, Paddock L, Agovino, PK.
Cancer Incidence and Mortality in New Jersey, New Jersey Department of Health, Cancer Epidemiology Services, Trenton, New Jersey: August Cancer in Philly: Eight maps and charts show the city’s high cancer rate it does have data for mortality rates for cancer, as seen in the Department’s map below.
The producer of the. Trends in cancer mortality rates, Bergen County, New Jersey, Article (PDF Available) in Public Health Reports 96(1) January with 21 Reads How we measure 'reads'.
Explore, interact with, and share cancer statistics. The website provides detailed statistics on a range of topics including estimated new cancer cases and deaths by sex, state, and cancer type in. "A time-series comparison of cancer mortality rates in the New Jersey-New York-Philadelphia Metropolitan region and the remainder of the United States, –" American Journal of Epidemiology (): Greenberg, Michael R., Peter W.
Preuss, and Richard Anderson. "Clues for case control studies of cancer in the Northeast. State Cancer Profiles. Age-Adjusted Mortality Rates by Sex () New Jersey Rate USA Rate Map Table Historical Trends Graph Methodology: Cancer prevalence estimates are derived from state specific cancer mortality and survival data using a statistical package called MIAMOD (Mortality-Incidence Analysis MODEL).
visualization and exploration service, hosted by the Kentucky Cancer Registry (KCR), provides free public access to population-based cancer incidence and mortality data for central cancer registries”, according to KCR. is the official source for the most current online state cancer statistics for New Jersey.
Bureau of Cancer Prevention and Control New York State Department of Health Broadway, Suite Menands, NY Email: [email protected] In New Jersey, pancreatic cancer incidence and mortality rates are higher among Black women compared to White and Hispanic women. Pancreatic cancer incidence among Black women continued to increase from (APC = ^), while pancreatic cancer mortality.
An overview of the New Jersey State Cancer Registry. All health care facilities, physician, dentists, labs, ambulatory care facilities and other health care providers that diagnose or provide treatment for cancer patients must report cancer cases to the NJSCR (see Reportable List).All abstracting work performed by a health care facility which diagnoses or treats or more cases per year must.
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Greenberg, Cancer mortality in the New Jersey region, Part 2, Rep. to the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection, Tren- ton, New Jersey (). Division of Industrial Planning and Development, De- Use of ecological data for seeking clues of excess risk partment of Registration and Education, State of Cited by: 2.Cancer: Race/Ethnicity: -- choose race/ethnicity All Races (includes Hispanic) White (includes Hispanic) White Hispanic White Non-Hispanic Black (includes Hispanic) Amer.
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