Bruna DiMonte

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Two childhood cancer registries exist in Ontario. One (POGO) accrues by active registration by pediatric cancer centers, utilizing a histologically based classification system. The other accrues by passive linkage within a larger adult oriented cancer registry (OCR) using a topographically based classification. A reportedly high incidence of childhood(More)
Studies of cancer incidence patterns and trends can provide useful measures of health burden and possible disease etiology, which can aid the planning of cancer care services. This report aims to characterize trends in incidence of childhood cancer, and to assess the implications of these trends by generating incidence projections to 2015. Cancer incidence(More)
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