Trends in cancer incidence, survival and mortality in northern sweden 1960-1986 View Full Text


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DATE

1991-06

AUTHORS

Per Lenner, HÅkan Jonsson, Ola Gardfjel

ABSTRACT

The impact of cancer on a population may be measured in several ways. Incidence, relative survival and mortality are frequently utilized for this purpose. Incidence and relative survival are, however, often influenced by changes in the diagnostics of incident cancer, particularly by an altered rate of detection of non-fatal cancer. Mortality, as traditionally studied, is often influenced by changes of death causes diagnostics or of cocling routines.In an attempt to overcome some of these difficulties, the concept of excess mortality was suggested, which is independent of death cause diagnoses or cocling routines, as well as of the rate of detection of non-fatal cancer. In order to elucidate time trends in the overall effects of cancer we analysed incidence, survival and mortality from all cancer in the northern region of Sweden 1960—1986. An increasing age-adjusted cancer incidence was paralleled by an improvement in relative survival, whereas age-adjusted cancer mortality was mainly unchanged, at least when studied as excess mortality.We interpreted these finclings as due mainly to an increased detection of non-fatal cancer, and to an unchanged occurrence rate of fatal cancer. More... »

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105-112

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