Urbanicity-related trends in lung cancer mortality in US counties: white females and white males, 1970-1987.

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BACKGROUND The effect of urbanization on age-adjusted lung cancer mortality rates in US counties is investigated. The data come from National Cancer Institute, and urban trends are estimated in time periods 1970-1979 and 1980-1987, for both white males and white females. To account for possibly different gradients in different parts of the country, the 48… (More)

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@article{Kafadar1996UrbanicityrelatedTI, title={Urbanicity-related trends in lung cancer mortality in US counties: white females and white males, 1970-1987.}, author={Karen Kafadar and Laurence S Freedman and Charles Goodall and John W. Tukey}, journal={International journal of epidemiology}, year={1996}, volume={25 5}, pages={918-32} }