Breast cancer incidence and mortality: trends over 40 years among women in Shanghai, China.

@article{Huang2016BreastCI,
  title={Breast cancer incidence and mortality: trends over 40 years among women in Shanghai, China.},
  author={Zhe-zhou Huang and Wanqing Wen and Ying Zheng and Yu-tang Gao and C X Wu and Ping-ping Bao and Chunfang Wang and Kai Gu and Peng Peng and Yangming Gong and Mei Zhang and Y M Xiang and Wei-jian Zhong and Fan Jin and Yong-Bing Xiang and X O Shu and Alicia Beeghly-Fadiel},
  journal={Annals of oncology : official journal of the European Society for Medical Oncology},
  year={2016},
  volume={27 6},
  pages={1129-34}
}
BACKGROUND Breast cancer incidence rates are increasing among Asian women, likely due to the changes in risk factors caused by globalization. Trends in breast cancer rates among Chinese women may differ from other Asian regions due to the implementation of a nationwide family planning program and resulting changes in women's reproductive practices. Appraisal of cancer trends can direct cancer control and public health planning, but relevant studies in China are scarce due to a lack of long-term… CONTINUE READING
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