[Health care registries a community asset. Centralized registries of health care data can save life and improve quality of life].

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The article is a review of how national epidemiological data bases in Sweden can be used for research and statistical purposes. Over 500 major applications from research groups and others are dealt with annually by the National Cancer, Hospital discharge, Medical birth, and Cause-of-death registries, providing essential data for studies which have yielded… (More)

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@article{Rosn1999HealthCR, title={[Health care registries a community asset. Centralized registries of health care data can save life and improve quality of life].}, author={M{\aa}ns Ros{\'e}n and A Ericson}, journal={Lakartidningen}, year={1999}, volume={96 35}, pages={3668-73} }