Chapter 5 : Comparability and quality of data

@inproceedings{Shin2009Chapter5,
  title={Chapter 5 : Comparability and quality of data},
  author={Hae Ryun Shin and Maria Paula Curado and Jacques Ferlay and Michael Heanue and Breeanna Edwards and Hanne Storm},
  year={2009}
}
The purpose of Cancer Incidence in Five Continents is to present comparable incidence rates of cancer from different populations world-wide� The process of selecting the data to be included and the review and evaluation of the datasets by the Editors therefore require careful attention to several aspects related to comparability� As far as the cases registered (numerators of the rates) are concerned, these include: (a) The definition of an incident case of cancer, (b) The completeness of… CONTINUE READING

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