Multiple myeloma incidence in metropolitan Atlanta, Georgia: racial and seasonal variations.

@article{Mcphedran1972MultipleMI,
  title={Multiple myeloma incidence in metropolitan Atlanta, Georgia: racial and seasonal variations.},
  author={P. Mcphedran and Clark W. Heath and J T Garc{\'i}a},
  journal={Blood},
  year={1972},
  volume={39 6},
  pages={
          866-73
        }
}
Between 1963 and 1967, 120 cases of underreporting for older age groups. multiple myeloma were diagnosed in More cases were diagnosed in winter residents of metropolitan Atlanta, Ga. than in summer months. Retrospective These cases represent an incidence of data regarding symptoms at onset sug4.0/100,000 per yr for black people aest that this seasonal variation may at and 2.1 for white people. While the rate least in part reflect the winter occurfor black people is the highest yet rence of… CONTINUE READING

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