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Cancer incidence in greater Bombay, 1973-1975

Cancer incidence in greater Bombay, 1973-1975

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Published by Indian Cancer Society in Parel, Bombay, India .
Written in English

    Places:
  • India,
  • Bombay Metropolitan Area
    • Subjects:
    • Cancer -- India -- Bombay Metropolitan Area -- Statistics.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementBombay Cancer Registry ; D.J. Jussawalla ... [et al.].
      ContributionsJussawalla, D. J., Bombay Cancer Registry.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsRA645.C3 C3625 1980
      The Physical Object
      Paginationvi, 104 p. ;
      Number of Pages104
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3056416M
      LC Control Number82151382

      The Hindus, the Moslems, the Christians, and the Parsis are among the predominant religious communities; epidemiologic data in breast cancer reveal interesting variations with a high incidence among the Parsis (populat), who, as a group, are more Westernized than the rest of Cited by: 3. Evaluation of cancer risk in tobacco chewers and smokers: an epidemiologic assessment. Cancer. Jul; 28 (1)– Jussawalla DJ, Deshpande VA, Haenszel W, Natekar MV. Differences observed in the site incidence of cancer, between the Parsi community and the total population of greater Bombay: a critical appraisal. Br J by: 3.

      The resident population of Greater Bombay was analysed for the incidence of lung cancer and other variables of possible significance to lung cancer incidence. During a year period from , lung cancer cases ( males, females) were registered, from a population pool consisting of million persons ( million males, million females).Cited by: Considerable progress has been made in the basic concepts concerning the role of dietary factors in the development of certain types of human cancer (1). It has been recognized that colon cancer does Cited by: 1.

      Results: Overall incidence rates for invasive cervical cancer decreased by 54% over the 35 years, from /, () to /, (), and the incidence rates declined by This is a past version of the SEER Cancer Statistics Review that includes statistics from through If you would like to view the most recent version of the CSR, please visit the CSR Home Page.. Use the Browse the Tables and Figures section to access the statistics in HTML and comma-delimited formats.. On this page.


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PAYMASTER JC. Some observations on oral and pharyngeal carcinomas in the State of Bombay. Cancer. May-Jun; – SHANTA V, KRISHNAMURTHI S. A study of aetiological factors in oral squamous cell carcinoma. Br J Cancer.

Sep; – [PMC free article]Cited by:   The first population-based cancer registry (PBCR) in India was created in Bombay in by Darab Jussawalla with funding from the Indian Cancer Society and the National Cancer Institute of the United States.

This PBCR provided reliable population-based data on the cancer incidence in Bombay. Cancer incidence trends over half a Author: Robert D. Smith, Mohandas K. Mallath. Primed in Great Britain $ + Pergamon Press Ltd Cancer Incidence and Trends in Bombay, India Balkrishna B.

Yeole and Darab J. Jussawalla THE BOMBAY Cancer Registry was established in June as a unit of the Indian Cancer Society at Bombay, with the aim of obtaining reliable morbidity data on cancer from a precisely defined urban by: 6.

DJ Jussawalla, DK JainCancer incidence in Bombay, India, – J Waterhouse, C Muir, K Shanmugarathnam, J Powell (Eds.), Cancer incidence in five continents, vol 4, International Agency for Research on Cancer, Lyon (), pp.

Cited by: The variation in age-adjusted incidence rate across different age-groups in both sexes clearly indicate that there has been a change in the etiology of lung cancer in Greater Mumbai over time.

An earlier study of cervical cancer incidence over the same period showed stable rates among Muslims and Christians but a declining trend among Hindus.

Breast cancer is now the leading cancer in women in Bombay, while cancer of the cervix uteri predominates in the rest of the by: Colorectal cancer is one of the leading causes of cancer-related morbidity and mortality, Cancer incidence in the Greater Bombay, by religion and sex, – The Indian Cancer Society, Perel, Bombay, Buy this book on publisher's site; Reprints and Permissions; Personalised : Maurizio Ponz de Leon.

Jussawalla DJ, Deshpande VA, Haenszel W, Natekar MV: Differences observed in the site incidence of cancer, between the Parsi community and the total population of Greater Bombay: A critical appraisal.

Br J Cancer 56–66, PubMed Google ScholarAuthor: Elaine M. Smith. History of Cancer in India Report 1. A Brief History of Cancer in India Cancer is believed to have existed within India for centuries (Suraiya, ).

However, before there were only 35 cancer cases that were recorded in Indian medical literature. Number of Projected Cancer Cases by Site of Cancer in India ( toand ) Hospital-wise Funds Released and Patients Benefitted under Health Ministers Cancer Patient Fund (HMCPF) in India ( to ).

The incidence of colorectal cancer is low in Bombay compared with developed countries; it comprises % of male and % of female cancers, with an average annual age standardised (world standard population) incidence rates of / in males and / in females during –Cited by: Reliable data from the Bombay Cancer Registry show an increase in the age-adjusted incidence rate of breast cancer in women from to perpopulation between and Cancer incidence in greater Bombay: assessment of the cancer risk by age.

Br J Cancer. Dec; 22 (4)– [PMC free article] Jussawalla DJ, Deshpande VA, Haenszel W, Natekar MV. Differences observed in the site incidence of cancer, between the Parsi community and the total population of greater Bombay: a critical appraisal. Br J by: 7. A cancer incidence rate is the number of new cancers of a specific site/type occurring in a specified population during a year, usually expressed as the number of cancers perpopulation at risk.

That is, Incidence rate = (New cancers / Population) ×The numerator of the incidence rate is the number of new cancers; the denominator is the size of the population. The incidence of prostate carcinoma is increasing rap-idly in low-risk populations.

Increasing incidence rates in Asian countries most likely are related to the “Westernization” of these low-risk populations. In a recent study by Hsing et al.,4 relatively large increases in the incidence. Trends in breast, ovarian and cervical cancer incidence in Mumbai, India over a year period, – an age-period-cohort analysis,Cited by: 9.

Cancer incidence, mortality and survivors diagnosed within the past 5 years: top 5 cancer sites in worldwide for both sexes combined (total includes non-melanoma skin cancers). Inthere were million total cancer cases (including non-melanoma skin cancers).

12% were lung, 12% breast, 10% colorectum, 7% prostate, 6% stomach, and. Cancer incidence is typically measured as the number of new cases each year for everypeople (for sex-specific cancers, people of the same sex serve as the denominator) and age-adjusted to a standard population to allow comparisons over time.

Cancer can have profound social and economic consequences for people in India, often leading to family impoverishment and societal inequity. Reported age-adjusted incidence rates for cancer are still quite low in the demographically young country.

Slightly more than 1 million new cases of cancer are diagnosed every year in a population of 12 by: Between and the Bombay Cancer Registry recorded 42 cancer cases in females, of which were breast cancers. A linear regression model based on the logarithm of the incidence rates, the method often used for studying time trends (4), was applied to the entire data.

A Review On Statistics Of Cancer In India DOI: / | Page The horizontal line lower down represents the age groups: 20 to 30 years, 30 to 40 yr s a.The age-adjusted (world) incidence rate of breast cancer in younger women in Mumbai significantly increased by 1% per annum from perduring the period – to in – ().In the latest year period a non-significant decline in the trend is by: The crude incidence rate, age standardized (world) and truncated age adjusted ( years, world) incidence rates for lung cancer per population wereand respectively.