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Limited population-based cancer registry data available in China until now has hampered efforts to inform cancer control policy. Following extensive efforts to improve the systematic cancer surveillance in this country, we report on the largest pooled analysis of cancer survival data in China to date. Of 21 population-based cancer registries, data from 17(More)
PURPOSE To estimate the cancer incidences and mortalities in China in 2010. METHODS On basis of the evaluation procedures and data quality criteria described in the National Central Cancer Registry (NCCR), data from 219 cancer registries were evaluated. Data from 145 registries were identified as qualified and then accepted for the 2010 cancer registry(More)
BACKGROUND Breast cancer is the most common cancer diagnosis in women. During the past 30 years, mortality of breast cancer in Chinese women showing a gradual upward trend, it has become the crucial death reasons of female. METHODS In 2014, there were 234 population-based cancer registries submitting their data of 2011 to the National Central Cancer(More)
OBJECTIVE Population-based cancer registration data in 2010 were collected, evaluated and analyzed by the National Central Cancer Registry (NCCR) of China. Cancer incident new cases and cancer deaths were estimated. METHODS There were 219 cancer registries submitted cancer incidence and death data in 2010. All data were checked and evaluated on basis of(More)
BACKGROUND The aim of the study is to provide incidence and mortality data of female breast cancer at national level of China in 2010. METHODS A total of 145 population-based cancer registries submitted qualified cancer incidence and mortality data to National Cancer Registration Center of China. Based on the qualified cancer registries' data, we(More)
BACKGROUND China is experiencing more and more days of serious air pollution recently, and has the highest lung cancer burden in the world. OBJECTIVES To examine the associations between lung cancer incidence and fine particles (PM2.5) and ozone in China. METHODS We used 75 communities' data of lung cancer incidence from the National Cancer Registration(More)
BACKGROUND China has experienced a remarkable epidemiological and demographic transition during the past three decades. Far less is known about this transition at the subnational level. Timely and accurate assessment of the provincial burden of disease is needed for evidence-based priority setting at the local level in China. METHODS Following the methods(More)
OBJECTIVE   To analyze lung cancer epidemiological trends and estimate the lung cancer burden in China. METHODS   The age-specific mortality/incidence ratios in different geographical areas and for both sexes for lung cancer were obtained from the National Cancer Registration database in 2004 and 2005. Cancer crude mortality rates were retrieved from the(More)
BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVE The aim of this study is to analyze lung cancer epidemiological trend and estimate lung cancer burden in China. METHODS Lung cancer age specific mortality and incidence rate ratios in different areas and sexes were obtained from national cancer registration database in 2004 and 2005. Cancer crude mortalities were retrieved from(More)
OBJECTIVES To provide a more accurate estimate of early smoking-attributable mortality and potential years of life lost using data from a representative study of 103 study areas in China. METHODS Two datasets were employed as follows. Firstly, retrospective national mortality survey data, which included a population of 67 million in 103 study areas, and(More)