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by Jocelyn Chamberlain,Anthony B. Miller

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  • ISBN 0920887244
  • ISBN13 978-0920887240
  • Language English
  • Author Jocelyn Chamberlain,Anthony B. Miller
  • Publisher Hans Huber Pub (January 1, 1988)
  • Pages 104
  • Formats lit doc txt mobi
  • Category Different
  • Subcategory Medicine and Health Sciences
  • Size ePub 1215 kb
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Personal Name: Chamberlain, Jocelyn, 1932 . Digestive organs Cancer Diagnosis Congresses Digestive organs Cancer Prevention Medical screening Gastrointestinal Neoplasms prevention & control congresses.

Personal Name: Chamberlain, Jocelyn, 1932-. Personal Name: Miller, A. B. (Anthony . Corporate Name: International Union against Cancer. Meeting Name: UICC International Workshop (1985 :, Go?teborg, Sweden). Rubrics: Digestive organs Cancer Diagnosis Congresses Digestive organs Cancer Prevention Medical screening Gastrointestinal Neoplasms prevention & control congresses. Download PDF book format. Download DOC book format.

Chamberlain J, Miller AB (eds) (1988) Screening for gastrointestinal cancer. Miller AB (1981) An evaluation of population screening for cervical cancer. Authors and Affiliations. Hans Huber, TorontoGoogle Scholar. Chodak GW, Schoenberg HW (1989) Progress and problems in screening for carcinoma of the prostate. In: Koss LG, Coleman DV (eds) Advances in clinical cytology. Butterworths, London, pp 64–94Google Scholar. 1. epartment of Public Health Sciences Faculty of MedicineUniversity of.

Chamberlain, . Day, . Hakama, . Miller, . UICC workshop of the project on evaluation of screening programmes for gastrointestinal cancer.

1. Department of Preventive Medicine and ity of. Chamberlain, . Int. J. Cancer 37 :329, 1986 Google Scholar. Prorok, . UICC project on screening for cancer: Report of the workshop on screening for breast cancer. Cancer 38 :303, 1986 Google Scholar. Screening for cancer: Issues and future directions.

Mass screening for gastric cancer in Japan has been conducted nationwide since 1960 Approximately half of these cases were early stage cancers

Mass screening for gastric cancer in Japan has been conducted nationwide since 1960. The total number of examinees in 1985 amounted to 5,161,876 and 6,240 cases (. 2%) of gastric cancer were detected. Approximately half of these cases were early stage cancers. According to the studies of mass gastric screening in the Miyagi Prefecture, Japan, the sensitivity of the screening test by the indirect x-ray method was 8. %, and the specificity was 7. %. The positive predictive value was . 8%. Recently, mortality from gastric cancer has been decreasing in Japan.

We conducted a matched case-control study among women enrolled in six health plans in Washington, Oregon, California, Massachusetts, and Minnesota.

Описание: Screening for Breast Cancer provides a multidisciplinary .

Описание: Screening for Breast Cancer provides a multidisciplinary overview of the screening process, and the use of x-rays in screening for breast cancer.

Screening for cancer is an important focus of cancer control. Yet screening, as it involves administering a test to large segments of the population deemed to be at risk for the disease of interest, is potentially a major consumer of scarce health care resources. In addition, the benefits sought from cancer screening, particularly reduction in mortality from the disease, are not always realized, either for biological or organizational reasons

I will introduce Miller with a quotation from the Tropic of Cancer: I sometimes ask myself how it happens that I attract nothing but crackbrained individuals, neurasthenics, neurotics, psychopaths-and Jews especially.

I will introduce Miller with a quotation from the Tropic of Cancer: I sometimes ask myself how it happens that I attract nothing but crackbrained individuals, neurasthenics, neurotics, psychopaths-and Jews especially. There must be something in a healthy Gentile that excites the Jewish mind, like when he sees sour black bread. The healthy Gentile is a good sobriquet for Miller, who usually refers to himself as the Happy Rock, Caliban, just a Brooklyn boy, Someone who has gone off the gold standard of Literature or-the name I like best-the Patagonian.