The Japan cancer surveillance report: incidence of childhood, bone, penis and testis cancers.

@article{Marugame2007TheJC,
  title={The Japan cancer surveillance report: incidence of childhood, bone, penis and testis cancers.},
  author={Tomomi Marugame and Kota Katanoda and Tomohiro Matsuda and Yuka Hirabayashi and Ken‐ichi Kamo and Wakiko Ajiki and Tomotaka Sobue},
  journal={Japanese journal of clinical oncology},
  year={2007},
  volume={37 4},
  pages={
          319-23
        }
}
The Japan Cancer Surveillance Research Group and the Research Group for Population-based Cancer Registration in Japan have estimated cancer incidences in Japan from 1975 to 2000 based on selected population-based cancer registries (1). However, these estimations were restricted to major cancer sites. Neither more detailed sites nor histological type have yet been reported, although these analyses are of clinical interest. Our research group collected data on newly diagnosed cancers between 1993… 
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