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Trends in cancer incidence in the Nordic countries. A collaborative study of the five Nordic Cancer Registries.
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Time trends and differentials in cancer incidence in the five Nordic countries, Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden, were investigated, using material collected by the cancer registries in each country by age, birth cohort and time period. Expand
Infertility, fertility drugs, and invasive ovarian cancer: a case-control study.
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Nulliparous women had an increased risk of ovarian cancer compared with parous women, and infertility without medical treatment among these women increased the risk further, while treatment with fertility drugs did not increase the ovarian cancer risk among nontreated infertile women. Expand
Long‐term, intermittent treatment of chronic hand eczema with mometasone furoate
TLDR
It is concluded that long‐term, intermittent treatment of chronic hand eczema with mometasone furoate fatty cream is effective and safe. Expand
Breast cancer incidence subsequent to surgical reduction of the female breast.
TLDR
The incidence of breast cancer was determined in 1245 women who were treated surgically for breast hypertrophy in Copenhagen, Denmark, between 1943 and 1971 and the greatest risk reduction was observed ten or more years after the plastic surgery operation. Expand
Sarcoidosis and cancer revisited: a long-term follow-up study of 555 Danish sarcoidosis patients.
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The study could not confirm previous reports of an increased occurrence of malignant neoplasms in Danish sarcoidosis patients, but compared the results with the expected incidence in the Danish population, adjusted for sex, age and calendar time. Expand
Ovarian stimulation and borderline ovarian tumors: a case-control study.
TLDR
Among fertile women, the difference in the risk of borderline ovarian cancer between nulliparous women and parous women was not statistically significant, and the effect of parity, infertility, and fertility drugs after multivariate confounder control was not significant. Expand
Prognostic factors and significance of chemotherapy in patients with recurrent or metastatic transitional cell cancer of the urinary tract
TLDR
This study evaluated the impact of chemotherapy on prognostic factors in patients with disseminated transitional cell carcinoma of the urothelium and the number of patients selected for studies with chemotherapy. Expand
Survival with primary cutaneous malignant melanoma, evaluated from 2012 cases
Cox's multivariate regression model for survival data was applied to 2,012 patients with primary cutaneous melanoma in order to evaluate the relative prognostic value of numerous clinical andExpand
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