By M.P. Curado, B. Edwards, H.R. Shin, H. Storm, J. Ferlay, M. Heanue, P. Boyle

It truly is tough to estimate the variety of humans world wide who paintings diligently to gather the knowledge which are provided in melanoma prevalence in 5 Continents. something is obvious: it's a huge quantity. Their mixed paintings is summarized within the pages of this quantity. melanoma occurrence in 5 Continents has develop into the famous reference resource at the prevalence of melanoma in populations all over the world. The 9th quantity has a much wider assurance than earlier than, featuring information from round the 12 months 2000 (ideally the interval 1998-2002) not just for whole populations, but additionally for sub-populations residing within the comparable geographic area.This quantity provides occurrence facts from populations around the world for which high quality info can be found. Scanning during the info supplies a transparent presentation of the altering melanoma styles around the globe. The 9 volumes of melanoma prevalence in 5 Continents now disguise a interval of roughly 40 years.

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Venn L. Newman M. Dalton Australia, Victoria Victorian Cancer Registry The Cancer Council Victoria Cancer Epidemiology Centre 1 Rathdowne Street Carlton, South, Vic. au Timothy J. Threlfall Judith R. O. com lx lx Marc T. Goodman Brenda Y. Hernandez Laurence N. P. R. Shin and J. 1). Data submitted on 106 populations from cancer registries were excluded. 6% over Volume VIII. 2 Geographical coverage by country, registry and population group Accepted The publication The data presented in Volume IX are expanded on by seven introductory chapters, reduced from nine in the previous volume: this Introduction, Techniques of registration; Classification and coding; Histological groups; Comparability and quality of data; Processing of data; and Age standardization and denominators.

O. com lx lx Marc T. Goodman Brenda Y. Hernandez Laurence N. P. R. Shin and J. 1). Data submitted on 106 populations from cancer registries were excluded. 6% over Volume VIII. 2 Geographical coverage by country, registry and population group Accepted The publication The data presented in Volume IX are expanded on by seven introductory chapters, reduced from nine in the previous volume: this Introduction, Techniques of registration; Classification and coding; Histological groups; Comparability and quality of data; Processing of data; and Age standardization and denominators.

Kr Jin-su Choi Tai-ju Hwang Young-Jin Kim Sun-Seog Kweon Min-Ho Shin Korea, Incheon Incheon Cancer Registry Dept. kr Myung-Hee Shin Yoon-Ok Ahn Korea, Ulsan Ulsan Cancer Registry Dept. com Omar H. my Saraswathi Bina Rai T. com Ooi Choo Huck Andrew Kiyu Yao Sik King Mastulu Wahab Japar Assan xxxv xxxv Contributors xxxvi xxxvi Oman Oman National Cancer Registry Non-Communicable Diseases Surveillance & Control Dept. O. om Jawad A. Al-Lawati, MD Ali J. Mohammed, MD Shalini C. Nooyi, MD Nabil H. com Yasmin Bhurgri Mishaal Bhurgri Shahid Pervez Ahmed Usman Asif Bhurgri Naveen Faridi SMH Zaidi Imtiaz Bashir Kauser Nazir Hadi Bhurgri GN Kakepoto Naila Kayani Sheema H.

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