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years ago breast cancer incidence in black women was very low-about 2-3 per 100,000 (standardized to World population) (Doll et al., 1970). As a comparison, in Los Angeles (USA), also in the Bay area, the incidence rate for white women is 85 per 100,000 (World population) (Waterhouse et al., 1982). Current enquiries in Eastern Transvaal indicate that(More)
A monumental shift in juvenile justice is underway, inspired by the wide recognition that incarceration is not the solution to youth crime. In its place, " electronic monitoring " has gained widespread support as a new form of judicial control over youth offenders. Supporters herald it as " jail-to-go " : a cost-efficient alternative to incarceration that(More)
Dr. Grayson (February 21, p. 445) asks about changes in vital statistics of 3rd world populations as they develop. Of African populations, those in Johannesburg and other large South African cities, while still in transition, have now reached a relatively high level of sophistication. Their health pattern is likely to be that of other African countries as(More)
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