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Data quality at the Cancer Registry of Norway: an overview of comparability, completeness, validity and timeliness.
AIM To provide a comprehensive evaluation of the quality of the data collected on both solid and non-solid tumours at the Cancer Registry of Norway (CRN). METHODS Established quantitative andExpand
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Predicting the future burden of cancer
As observations in the past do not necessarily hold into the future, predicting future cancer occurrence is fraught with uncertainty. Nevertheless, predictions can aid health planners in allocatingExpand
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Prediction of cancer incidence in the Nordic countries: empirical comparison of different approaches.
Prediction of the future number of cancer cases is of great interest to society. The classical approach is to use the age-period-cohort model for making cancer incidence predictions. We made anExpand
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Skin cancer in kidney and heart transplant recipients and different long-term immunosuppressive therapy regimens.
BACKGROUND Nonmelanoma skin cancer occurs frequently in organ transplant recipients, but the relative importance of different immunosuppressive therapy regimens is unclear. OBJECTIVE We studied theExpand
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Skin cancer in kidney and heart transplant recipients and different long-term immunosuppressive therapy regimens.
Abstract Background: Nonmelanoma skin cancer occurs frequently in organ transplant recipients, but the relative importance of different immunosuppressive therapy regimens is unclear. Objective: WeExpand
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Pregnancy after adolescent and adult cancer: A population‐based matched cohort study
Despite fertility‐preserving initiatives, postcancer reproduction is expected to be lower than that of the general population. Using data from the Cancer Registry and the Medical Birth Registry ofExpand
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Prediction of cancer incidence in the Nordic countries up to the year 2020.
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Survival after resection for primary lung cancer: a population based study of 3211 resected patients
Background: Very few population based results have been presented for survival after resection for lung cancer. The purpose of this study was to present long term survival after resection and toExpand
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A National Strategic Change in Treatment Policy for Rectal Cancer—Implementation of Total Mesorectal Excision as Routine Treatment in Norway. A National Audit
AbstractINTRODUCTION: Rectal cancer surgery has been characterized by a high incidence of local recurrence, an occurrence which influences survival negatively. In Norway there was a growingExpand
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Cause-specific survival for women diagnosed with cancer during pregnancy or lactation: a registry-based cohort study.
PURPOSE To assess if cancers diagnosed during pregnancy or lactation are associated with increased risk of cause-specific death. PATIENTS AND METHODS In this population-based cohort study usingExpand
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