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Breast and gynecologic cancer epidemiology

Jennifer L. Kelsey

Breast and gynecologic cancer epidemiology

by Jennifer L. Kelsey

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Published by CRC Press in Boca Raton, Fla .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Generative organs, Female -- Cancer -- Epidemiology.,
  • Breast -- Cancer -- Epidemiology.,
  • Breast neoplasma -- Etiology.,
  • Genital neoplasms, Female -- Etiology.,
  • Breast neoplasms -- Occurrence.,
  • Genital neoplasms, Female -- Occurrence.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographies and index.

    Statementauthors, Jennifer L. Kelsey, Nancy G. Hildreth.
    ContributionsHildreth, Nancy G.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsRC280.G5 K44 1983
    The Physical Object
    Pagination160 p. ;
    Number of Pages160
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL3489902M
    ISBN 100849363853
    LC Control Number82009629

    What you should know about GYNECOLOGIC and BREAST CANCERS. Gynecologic cancer is the fourth most common cancer in women. An estimated 1 in every 20 women will develop gynecologic cancer in their lifetime. Breast Cancer is the 2nd leading cancer diagnosis in women. No one can predict for sure who will get a gyn or breast cancer. Between the years and , the lifetime probability of developing female breast cancer was %, or approximately 1 in 8. Worldwide, breast cancer is the most common cancer in women. Survival is increasing. Between and , the 5-year relative survival was found to be 89%.

    ASCO Author Services ASCO Career Center CancerLinQ Conquer Cancer Foundation TAPUR Study American Society of Clinical Oncology Mill Road, Suite , Alexandria, VA Aside from cancers of the skin, breast cancer is the most common cancer among U.S. women. A woman living in the United States has a one in eight lifetime risk of developing breast cancer, meaning that if every woman lived to one out of eight women would be diagnosed with breast cancer. While any woman can develop breast cancer, the chances increase with age. The American Cancer .

    This book integrates the disciplines of cancer pathology and epidemiology to provide a synergistic and complementary approach to understanding the molecular mechanisms of cancer. This book provides relevant information on the diagnostic, prognostic and predictive molecular pathology of cancer. Dr. Bristow has pioneered advanced techniques for the management of a variety of gynecological cancers. Recognized internationally as a leading expert in ovarian, fallopian tube, primary peritoneal and endometrial cancers, he is the author of five books on ovarian cancer and he has published extensively in the field of ovarian cancer research.


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Ceteris paribus, parous women have reduced risks of breast and ovarian cancers. The younger the age at first birth, the lower a woman's risk is for developing these cancers, but the association.

The epidemiology of breast cancer was reviewed in the context of hormonal, hereditary, histologic, and dietary risk factors. Methods.

Literature review. Results. Late age at menarche and early age at first birth decrease the risk of breast cancer as does an early age at by: Breast and gynecologic cancer epidemiology. [Jennifer L Kelsey; Nancy G Hildreth] -- Published in It is the authors' intent to provide an overview of the state of knowledge of the epidemiology of cancers of the breast, corpus uteri, ovary, cervix uteri, vulva, and vagina as of.

breast cancer, followed by ovarian and uterine can-cers (Table 2). Discussion Trends of breast and gynecological cancers incidence rates are similar globally.

In our study the highest increase in incidence was is observed in ovarian cancer, followed by uterine body and breast cancer. Increasing incidence of ovarian. Breast cancer is recognised as a major public health problem in developing countries; however, there is very limited evidence about its epidemiology in the Central African Republic.

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Autosomal Dominant Inheritance of Breast and Gynecologic Cancer Predisposition. Autosomal dominant inheritance of breast and gynecologic cancers is characterized by transmission of cancer predisposition from generation to generation, through either the mother’s or the father’s side of the family, with the following characteristics.

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Risk factors 1. Cumulative Likelihood of Developing Breast Cancer, By Age And Risk Factors. Spironolactone, an aldosterone-antagonist, is associated with gynecomastia.

Digoxin, which can also cause gynecomastia, has been associated with increased incidence of breast and uterus cancers. We therefore postulated that spironolactone use might also increase these cancer by:.

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