An implicit assumption of this workshop was that by modifying environmental factors we could reduce the incidence
Expert meeting on the validation of the BED HIV-1 incidence
assay for HIV-1 incidence
So behavior change in the period before the study may be the most likely explanation for the reduction in the incidence
of new infections then.
Since 1993, incidence
rates for breast cancer have stabilized and death rates have declined steadily since 1990.
Among black men, the incidence
of prostrate cancer is 1.
On average, prostate cancer incidence
increased by 3% per year from 1973 to 1987.
At present, the incidence
of KS and primary brain lymphoma has declined markedly, while that of NHL and other cancers (cervical, anal, lung, etc.
Utilization review and claims data maintained by the Iowa Foundation for Medical Care (IFMC) were used to identify the incidence
of quality and utilization problems.
He estimates that only 2-3% of all individuals reporting an incident of LBP within a particular year may be surgical candidates, while the annual incidence
of lumbar spinal surgery in the U.
com/research/8de424/lung_cancer_globa) has announced the addition of the "Lung Cancer: Global Incidence
, Prevalence and Mortality to 2015" report to their offering.
SAN DIEGO -- Data on the estimated incidence
of melanoma in the United States in 2010 from the National Cancer Institute's Surveillance, Epidemiology and End Results program will not be available until later this year, but Dr.
Washington, June 10 (ANI): Colorectal cancer incidence
rates for both males and females has increased worldwide in the last 20 years, and is mainly caused by increasing Westernisation, according to a new study.