Cancer incidence and mortality in Metropolitan Detroit, 1973-77 Surveillance, epidemiology, and end results: Incidence and mortality data, 1973-77

G. M. Swanson, M. J. Brennan

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Abstract

The Michigan Cancer Foundation Registry (MCFR), a unit in the Department of Social Oncology of the Michigan Cancer Foundation, began in 1949 as a pathology registry for 25 collaborating hospitals. In 1960, it became a central statistical resource for these hospitals. The population of Metropolitan Detroit provides the basis for primary research emphases of the MCFR: racial and ethnic variations and occupational factors associated with the occurrence of certain cancers. Cancer sites for which Detroit appears to differ considerably from the total SEER experience include: lung and bronchus, colon, female breast, and the prostate gland.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationNational Cancer Institute Monograph
Pages219-297
Number of pages79
VolumeNO. 57
StatePublished - 1981
Externally publishedYes

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Epidemiology
Mortality
Incidence
Registries
Neoplasms
Bronchi
Prostate
Colon
Breast
Pathology
Lung
Research
Population

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Swanson, G. M., & Brennan, M. J. (1981). Cancer incidence and mortality in Metropolitan Detroit, 1973-77 Surveillance, epidemiology, and end results: Incidence and mortality data, 1973-77. In National Cancer Institute Monograph (Vol. NO. 57, pp. 219-297)

Cancer incidence and mortality in Metropolitan Detroit, 1973-77 Surveillance, epidemiology, and end results : Incidence and mortality data, 1973-77. / Swanson, G. M.; Brennan, M. J.

National Cancer Institute Monograph. Vol. NO. 57 1981. p. 219-297.

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Swanson, GM & Brennan, MJ 1981, Cancer incidence and mortality in Metropolitan Detroit, 1973-77 Surveillance, epidemiology, and end results: Incidence and mortality data, 1973-77. in National Cancer Institute Monograph. vol. NO. 57, pp. 219-297.
Swanson, G. M. ; Brennan, M. J. / Cancer incidence and mortality in Metropolitan Detroit, 1973-77 Surveillance, epidemiology, and end results : Incidence and mortality data, 1973-77. National Cancer Institute Monograph. Vol. NO. 57 1981. pp. 219-297
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