6 edition of Cancer Treatment and Survival Site-Specific Registries in Japan (Gann Monograph on Cancer Research) found in the catalog.
November 9, 1995 by CRC .
Written in English
|Contributions||Suketami Tominaga (Editor), Tadao Kakizoe (Editor), Shaw Watanabe (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||239|
Objective. To examine the distribution of stage at diagnosis for 12 cancers in Kuwait, to estimate stage-specific net survival at 1 and 5 years after diagnosis, and to assess differences in stage-specific survival between Kuwait and the United States. Material and Methods. Data were obtained from the Kuwait Cancer Registry, for Kuwaiti patients diagnosed during , with follow Introduction. Lung cancer is the leading cause of cancer death and is attributed to more than 25% of all cancer deaths. In the United States, it is estimated that ~, patients are diagnosed with lung cancer with , deaths due to lung cancer annually. 1 However, it has been reported that the incidence of lung cancer has significantly declined among men and women in all racial groups Treatment strategies for recurrent ovarian cancer in older adult patients in Japan: a study based on real-world data Mayumi Kobayashi Kato, Mayu Yunokawa Pages
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In Japan, the diagnosis and effects of treatment of cancer patients is tracked and evaluated through a registry of the patients.
Rather than a demographic or population-based tracking, the Japanese medical community has developed a number of site-specific cancer registries.
The registries are admini Book Description. In Japan, the diagnosis and effects of treatment of cancer patients is tracked and evaluated through a registry of the patients.
Rather than a demographic or population-based tracking, the Japanese medical community has developed a number of site-specific cancer :// ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: viii, pages: illustrations ; 27 cm.
Contents: History and Overview of the Site-specific Cancer Registries in Japan / Shaw Watanabe, Naohito Yamaguchi and Yoshihide Kinjo --Head and Neck Cancer Registry / The Japanese Joint Committee --Carcinoma of the Major Salivary Glands / The Cancer registries in Japan: National Clinical Database and site-specific cancer registries.
Anazawa T(1), Miyata H, Gotoh M. Author information: (1)Department of Regenerative Surgery, Fukushima Medical University, 1 Hikarigaoka, Fukushima,:// Cancer treatment and survival: site-specific registries in Japan edited by Shaw Watanabe, Suketami Tominaga, Tadao Kakizoe （Gann monograph on cancer research / Japanese Cancer Association, no.
43） Japan Scientific Societies Press, CRC Press, ja Cancer treatment and survival site-specific registries in Japan [書誌情報] 責任表示: edited by Shaw Watanabe, Suketami Tominaga, Tadao Kakizoe 出版者: Japan Scientific Societies Press 出版年月日: 請求記号: EGB8 書誌ID: Tokyo Abstract: Cancer as a cause of death has been constantly increasing in Japan, and it became the leading cause of death in As for incidence and survival, the research groups financed by the Health, Labour and Welfare Ministry have estimated the national cancer incidence in Japan based on high-quality data from several cancer registries over a long Cumulative Cancer Incidence/Mortality Risk.
Cancer among children, adolescent and young adult. Trends in Crude Mortality Rate for Leading Causes of Death () Trends in Age-adjusted Mortality Rate for Leading Causes of Death () Trends in Site-specific Crude Mortality Rate () Trends in Age-adjusted Mortality Rate () The health burden of cancer is increasing in China, with more than 16 million people being diagnosed and 12 million people dying of the disease each year.
As in most other countries, breast cancer is now the most common cancer in Chinese women; cases in China account for 122% of all newly diagnosed breast cancers and 96% of all deaths from breast cancer ://(13)/fulltext. About. The Global Cancer Observatory (GCO) is an interactive web-based platform presenting global cancer statistics to inform cancer control and cancer research.
The platform focuses on the visualization of cancer indicators Cancer Treatment and Survival Site-Specific Registries in Japan book illustrate the changing scale, epidemiological profile, and impact of the disease worldwide, using data from several key projects of IARC’s Section of Cancer (SEER) and the National Program of Cancer Registries (NPCR).
However, it should be noted that Japanese data include cases of carcinoma in situ. Inthere w women with breast cancer in Japan (ranking second among cancer cases by site of cancer), accounting for % of all cases of cancer. Inthe number of Colorectal cancer outcomes and treatment patterns in patients too young for average‐risk screening tumor histology, stage of disease, treatment, and survival) from 18 cancer registries.
Institutional Review Board approval is not required for publicly available data. The 5‐year cancer‐specific survival rate for patients too young outcomes in the treatment of cancer [1,2]. Ethical and organizational aspects Treatment of patients with cancer, of all ages, requires a specific ethical and psy-chological approach.
Most patients move through a state of denial and later acceptance as the diagnosis and treat-ment of the disease progresses. A deci-sion to perform surgery may be made Список литературы Watanabe, Shō, Suketami Tominaga and Tadao Kakizoe.
Cancer Treatment and Survival: Site-Specific Registries in Japan. Tokyo: Japan Incidence Rate by Cancer Site () 5-year Survival Rate, Data from Population-based Cancer Registries (Diagnosed in ) Trends in Site-specific Crude Mortality Rate () Trends in Age-adjusted Mortality Rate () "Cancer Statistics in Japan" Editorial Board.
CANCER STATISTICS IN JAPAN. to results indicated that an estimatednew cancer cases andcancer deaths would occur in China inwith lung cancer being the most common incident cancer and the leading cause Cancer Registries.
Cancer registries are part of the national NCD surveillance system. Population-based registries provide invaluable information on the trends in cancer incidence, while hospital-based registries provide information on the clinical diagnosis, cancer staging, treatment modalities, and survival :// NPCR collects high quality data on cancer occurrence (including the type, extent, and location of the cancer), type of initial treatment, and outcomes.
NPCR supports cancer registries in 45 states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, and U.S. Pacific Island jurisdictions, covering 96% of all cancers diagnosed in the United The diagnosis and treatment of prostate cancer in Asian countries may be suboptimal according to Dr. Egawa. The 5-year cancer specific survival of prostate cancer in Korean patients has risen significantly in the last years, from % in to % in 1 This could be due to improved :// INTRODUCTION.
Lung and bronchus cancer is the leading cause of cancer deaths and the second most common cancer among American men and women. It is estimated that there will be new cases of lung and bronchus cancer diagnosed and deaths from this malignancy in 1 The – incidence rates from the National Cancer Institute’s (NCI) Surveillance, Epidemiology, Data.
The ICBP obtained data from population-based cancer registries in Australia, Canada, Denmark, Norway, Sweden and the UK on women diagnosed with breast cancer during – and Cancer, an international interdisciplinary journal of the American Cancer Society, publishes high-impact, peer-reviewed original articles and solicited content on the latest clinical research issue of Cancer strives to be comprehensive, spanning the breadth of oncology disciplines and providing something for everyone involved in cancer research, risk reduction, treatment, and ?dmmsmid=&dmmspid.
The 5‐year relative survival rate for breast cancer diagnosed during through was 81% among black women, compared with 91% among white women (Fig. 6), reflecting both later stage at detection and poorer stage‐specific :// The role of cancer registries has expanded from the description of incidence trends to calculating survival and individual care management.
Now, 21% of the world’s population is covered by The staging of cancer should be standardised and well documented in future trials so that the responsiveness of different stages of cancer to G. lucidum treatment can be compared in future reviews.
Long‐term survival is an important end‐point assessment and should be investigated in any clinical trials of patients with :// - Book 1: includes a tribute to Professor K. Shanmugaratnam, a chapter on the evolving trends in cancer classification (contributed by Prof Tan Puay Hoon and Dr Ian Cree), and key cancer trends in Singapore over the past fifty years.
- Book 2: compiles the appendices with detailed breakdown for key Cancer in Central and South America. This supplement issue of the journal Cancer Epidemiology comprises a series of 17 peer-reviewed, open access papers describing the background, methodology and results of the project.
Included in the collection are a broad overview of cancer incidence and mortality patterns within the region and 14 cancer site-specific papers looking in detail at the Cancer - Cancer - Cancer rates and trends: The risk that an individual faces of developing and dying from cancer is expressed by incidence and mortality rates.
(Incidence is the rate of occurrence per year of new cases, and the mortality rate is the number of deaths that occur per year in a particular population divided by the size of the population at that time.) In the CONCORD-3 program, a global surveillance of cancer survival in 71 countries, the 5-year survival for patients diagnosed with lung cancer during – was high in Japan (%), followed by 20–30% in another 12 countries such as Korea (%) and Japanese Committee for Registration of Esophageal Cancer, Japanese Society for Esophageal Diseases.
Statistics of esophageal cancer registry. In: Watanabe S, Tominaga S, Kakizoe T, eds. Cancer treatment and survival: site-specific registries in Japan (Gann monograph on cancer research; No.
43). Tokyo: Japan Scientific Society Press, – Colorectal cancer (CRC) is globally one of the most common cancers. Although studies have found a significant prognostic impact of cancer location for right-sided colon cancers compared with those of the left-side, evidence is lacking in a Japanese population.
Therefore, we investigated 5-year net survival in colon cancer by tumor site in a Japanese :// Watanabe, Shō, Suketami Tominaga and Tadao Kakizoe. Cancer Treatment and Survival: Site-Specific Registries in Japan.
Tokyo: Japan Scientific Societies Press. ISBN /ISBN ; ISBN /ISBN ; OCLC Cancer screening can reduce some cancer mortality and morbidity, but potential harms must be weighed against any potential benefits. Get detailed, peer-reviewed and evidence-based information about cancer screening in this overview for :// Half (50%) of people diagnosed with cancer in England and Wales survive their disease for ten years or more ().
Cancer survival is higher in women than men. Cancer survival is improving and has doubled in the last 40 years in the UK. Five-year relative survival for cancer in men is below the European average in England, Wales and :// Survival of cancer patients diagnosed in Japan was estimated based on 80, cases from 12 registries as one of the collaborative studies of the Research Group for Population-based Cancer A one-step look-up for oncology drug and regimen treatment categories in cancer registries.
The program is free and can be downloaded from the website. ICD-O-3 Training module Introduction to ICD-O-3, initially published in Summary Stage module Introduction to Summary Stageinitially published in (iii) The EUROCARE I study recently estimated survival rates of incident cases between and in 43 cancer registries in 17 countries in Europe.
7 Observed age‐, sex‐ and site‐specific rates were derived directly from the EUROCARE I database. Where possible, country‐specific survival estimates were used, based on contributing Background: Adjuvant chemotherapy is relatively underused in older patients with colon cancer in Japan, and its age-specific effects on clinical outcomes remain unclear.
This study aimed to assess the effect of adjuvant chemotherapy on survival benefit in stage III colon cancer patients stratified by age in a Japanese real-world :// Cancer registration is the systematic collection of data about cancer and tumour diseases. In England, this data collection is managed by NCRAS.
Every year, NCRAS collects information on over Survival rates of cancer diagnosed in –99 in the UK and Norway were obtained from three cancer registries (Norway, the UK: Northern Ireland, the UK: Scotland and the UK: Wales) in the European Network of Cancer Registries data, and the rate of cancer diagnosed in –02 in Japan was reported from six cancer registries (Miyagi.
A global coordinative research report of survival from population-based registries was published recently, and several nationwide research reports were issued to estimate the prognosis of cancer, but these included only a short time period (13,14), or site-specific survival from population based data (15–17).
For providing a long-term Texas Cancer Registry Homepage; A collaboration between the Texas Department of State Health Services and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's National Program of Cancer Registries.: The Texas Cancer Registry (TCR) is a statewide, population-based registry that serves as the foundation for measuring the cancer burden in Texas, comprehensive cancer control efforts, health Background: Breast cancer is the most frequently diagnosed cancer and the leading cause of cancer-related death among women worldwide.
Herein, we examine global trends in female breast cancer rates using the most up-to-date data available. Methods: Breast cancer incidence and mortality estimates were obtained from GLOBOCAN ().