2 edition of U.S. cancer mortality by county, 1950-1969 found in the catalog.
U.S. cancer mortality by county, 1950-1969
National Cancer Institute (U.S.). Epidemiology Branch.
1974 by The Institute, for sale by the Supt. of Docs., U.S. Govt. Print. Off. in Bethesda, Md, Washington .
Written in English
|Statement||by Thomas J. Mason, Frank W. McKay, Epidemiology Branch, National Cancer Institute, National Institutes of Health.|
|Series||DHEW publication ; no. (NIH) 74-615, DHEW publication ;, no. (NIH) 74-615.|
|Contributions||Mason, Thomas J., McKay, Frank W.|
|LC Classifications||RC276 .U55 1974|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 729 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||729|
|LC Control Number||75600597|
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Get this from a library. U.S. cancer mortality by county, [Thomas J Mason; Frank W McKay; National Cancer Institute (U.S.). Epidemiology Branch.]. Statistics cited for the period were obtained from the document U.S. Cancer Mortality by County PHEW Publication No. (NIH) The data were extracted from an unpublished document titled U.S.
Cancer Mortality Rates and Trends to be published by the U.S. Envi-ronmental Protection Agency. National Institutes of Health (U.S.) Title(s): Atlas of cancer mortality for U. counties: By Thomas J. Mason [et al. Country of Publication: United States Publisher: Bethesda, Md.] National Institutes of Health  Description: xi, p.
illus. Language: English MeSH: Neoplasms/mortality*; United States Publication Type(s. 1950-1969 book Language: English MeSH: Neoplasms/mortality*; United States Publication Type(s): Atlases Notes: Supplements U.
U.S. cancer mortality by county mortality by county: NLM ID: [Book]. To assess the statistical significance of changes in the observed average annual age-adjusted mortality rates of breast and reproductive organs cancers between the periods and in a given county as contrasted to the N.J.
and the U.S. variation, the techniques of Rothschild et al. (15) adopted by Najem et al. (10, 11) were Cited by: This study presents an analysis of more recent rates of respiratory cancer mortality in 21 N.J.
counties during –, a comparison with the – rates, and associations between current respiratory cancer mortality rates and selected demographic and environmental by: 6. Publication of the "Atlas of Cancer Mortality for U.S. Counties, " caused a great deal of concern in counties shown in the Atlas to have had high cancer mortality rates in relation to the.
cancer mortality,by county bronchus & lung white males u> o age-adjusted rate ^h signif. nigh, in highest decile jfj^ signif.
nigh, not in highest decile h in highest decile, not signif. ^b not siswif. different froh u.s. | signif. lower than u.s. figure 1. Maps and atlases of cancer mortality: a review of a useful tool to trigger new questions. Alberto d’Onofrio 1, Chiara Mazzetta 2,*, Chris Robertson 3, Michel Smans 1, Peter Boyle 1,3 and Mathieu Boniol U.S.
cancer mortality by county. 1 International Prevention Research Institute, LyonFrance. 2 IstitutoEuropeo di Oncologia MilanoItaly. 3 Strathclyde University, Glasgow G1 1XQ, Scotland, UKCited by: 6. Publication of the "Atlas of Cancer Mortality for U.S.
Counties, " caused a great deal of concern in counties shown in the Atlas to have had high cancer mortality rates in relation to the United States as a whole.
An analysis was made of tem. Ohio Drinking Water Source and Cancer Rates Article (PDF Available) in American Journal of Public Health 67(8) September with 25 Reads How we measure 'reads'. Mason TJ, McKay FW, Hoover R, Blot WJ, Fraumeni JF Jr () Atlas of cancer mortality for U.S.
counties: – U.S. Govt. Printing Office, Washington DC (DHEW Publ. (NIH) Cited by: 3. Geospatial, contextual, and multilevel research is integral to cancer prevention and control.
NCI-designated Cancer Centers are at the forefront of cancer research; therefore, this paper sought to review the geospatial, contextual, and multilevel research at these cancer centers. Investigators used PubMed and Web of Science to compile geospatial publications from to February with Cited by: 3.
Some key cancer incidence and mortality disparities among U.S. racial/ethnic groups include: African Americans have higher death rates than all other groups for many, although not all, cancer types. African American women are much more likely than white women to die of breast cancer.
to many cancers, the excess cancer deaths observed in the past may be only a precursor of further increases in cancer mortality.
The report which precipitated in-creased concern for cancer mortality in Bergen County, the "Atlas of Cancer Mortality for U.S.
Counties, " (1), mapped average mortality rates for a year period ending in For this study, residence zip code, diagnosis date, site of histology (ACS Red Book codes), date of last follow-up and patient status were the main parameters extracted from the master file.
U.S. Cancer Mortality by County: DHEW Pub. (NIH) U.S. The cancer mortality data were taken from the Atlas of Cancer Mortality, 1 in which age‐adjusted rates for white and black Americans separated by gender are given by county (n = ) and state economic area (SEA) (n = ) for the periods – and – SEAs are individual counties or groups of counties that are relatively Cited by: Using twenty year, () age-adjusted county cancer mortality rates, I census denographic data and ntinicipal public watar data (), tvo water variables were successively studied: percent surface water usage (percentage cf a county's population whose drinking water source was from a aajor or siinor river) and percent prechlorination.
The publication of these studies coincided with the release of the AtIas of Cancer Mor- tality for U.S. Counties by the National Can- cer Institute (Mason et al., ~.
This atlas graphically presented U.S. cancer mortality by location for the period and in- dicated statistically significant elevations in mortality in several.
This useful article outlines some work undertaken by the epidemiology branch of the National Cancer Institute, Bethesda, U.S.A. The national geographical distribution of 35 human cancer sites was found by analysing the reported deaths from cancer for by age, sex, and race in the counties of the U.S.A.
Significant differences between each county's rate and the national rate were Cited by: The Visual Display of Quantitative Information, 1 Graphical Excellence N = 11 mean of X 's = Maps from Atlas of Cancer Mortality for U.S. Counties: —, by Thomas J. Mason, Frank W.
McKay, Robert age-adjusted rate by county, — All types of cancer, white males; age-adjusted rate by county, — File Size: 4MB. Full text of "Annual report: National Cancer Institute (U.S.)" See other formats.
Expected increases in melanoma mortality based on current cohort data, without regard to changes in the ozone layer, show a rise from the current () rate of per million for U.S. whites to in and in I know a little bit about cancer and the environment, because I am a member of the cancer club—the melanoma branch—and since receiving this diagnosis, I have paid more attention to developments in cancer research than I did in the past.
We have learned a lot about the effects of the environment. Atlases of cancer mortality in the period by county or state economic area in the United States have also been published (Mason et al, ; Pickle et al, ).
High rates for bladder cancer among males were found in the North-east, around the Great Lakes and in southern Louisiana.
The purpose of this report was to identify urban‐rural trends in cancer mortality rates (–) for municipalities in Taiwan. For this purpose, Taiwan's municipalities were classified as rural, suburban, urban, or metropolitan, using population density as Cited by: We shall use the above-mentioned Atlas of Cancer Mortality as reference work to illustrate the main features of cancer mapping as well as patterns of geographical distribution of the mortality rates for a selected number of cancer in the time period – For this reason, here we use the term cancer atlas to denote Cancer Mortality Cited by: 6.
A survey of esophageal cancer mortality among U.S. counties,revealed higher rates among males in the Northeast and among females in the South. Throughout the country mortality among White males and Nonwhites of both sexes increased markedly with urbanization.
A nearly 2: 1 excess among Nonwhites was observed, with the largest racial disparity in urban by: Mason TJ, McKay FW, Hoover R, Blot WJ, Fraumeni JF Jr Atlas of Cancer Mortality for U.S. Counties, – DHEW Publ. (NIH) 75– l Washington, DC US. These locations, which account for about 14% of the U.S.
population (NCI, ), were chosen to be representative of the U.S. population as a whole. The program began in Fisher and colleagues () used SEER data to examine the incidence of cancer at ages 18 to 26 in two U.S.
birth cohorts. The official website of the Oregon Secretary of State. The State Office Building in Portland houses the central offices of the Public Health Division.
Atlas of Cancer Mortality" (with its red, orange, and yellow colored maps identifying high cancer areas in the United States) attracted widespread media attention; whereas, the earlier telephone book-like28 presentation of the.
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cities, a positive association of mortality with measures of particulate matter pollution was found across those cities, adjusting for averaged site (city) effects derived from smoking, socioeconomic factors, and other potential confounding data measured at individual level (Dockery. A plot of the data points for male bladder over the year period – and the year cancer mortality rates against log transformed county period – to form the person-years at risk.
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Mother, by County, Florida, 19 Table B-4 Resident Live Births by Type of Place of Delivery and Attendant, by County, Florida, 26 Table B-5 Resident Live Births by Birthweight, by Race of Mother, by County, Florida, 27 Table B The viewgraph depicting years indicate low-to-high rates of cancer in the Southeast area of the U.S.
(noticeably higher than in other regions of the U.S.). The viewgraph depicting years indicate a much higher incidence of cancer for the Southeast (more red than before).
A recent analysis in West Virginia used a pre/post study design to determine whether environmental exposures associated with mountaintop removal mining, which became prevalent in the s, could have contributed to lung and bronchus cancer deaths in the – period as compared to the – time period.
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