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1966 4
1967 10
1968 15
1969 15
1970 8
1971 8
1972 9
1973 11
1974 7
1975 11
1976 8
1977 11
1978 5
1979 9
1980 12
1981 9
1982 19
1983 13
1984 16
1985 16
1986 24
1987 24
1988 18
1989 16
1990 18
1991 24
1992 36
1993 31
1994 33
1995 27
1996 19
1997 27
1998 20
1999 31
2000 35
2001 36
2002 41
2003 33
2004 39
2005 35
2006 52
2007 53
2008 66
2009 63
2010 73
2011 112
2012 131
2013 150
2014 179
2015 152
2016 173
2017 166
2018 171
2019 99
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Stomach cancer-related mortality.
Sun J, et al. Eur J Cancer Prev 2001. PMID 11263592
In Japan stomach cancer remains the leading cause of cancer-related mortality. We analysed the annual mortality rate of stomach cancer in relation to age, gender and life expectancy in Japan between 1970 and 1995. ...The male-female ratio for stomach cancer-related mortality in all ages was 1.9-2.5 during this 25-year period, and the mortality rate was higher in females than in males at young age. ...
In Japan stomach cancer remains the leading cause of cancer-related mortality. We analysed the annual mortality rate of …
Model-based patterns in stomach cancer mortality worldwide.
Peleteiro B, et al. Eur J Cancer Prev 2014. PMID 25259885
Here, we aimed to identify model-based patterns in the time trends of stomach cancer mortality worldwide. Stomach cancer mortality rates were retrieved for 62 countries from the WHO mortality database. ...We propose a model for the variation in stomach cancer mortality with three stages that develop sequentially through a period of ∼70 years. ...
Here, we aimed to identify model-based patterns in the time trends of stomach cancer mortality worldwide. Stomach cance …
The decline in stomach cancer mortality: exploration of future trends in seven European countries.
Amiri M, et al. Eur J Epidemiol 2011. PMID 21086022 Free PMC article.
Mortality from stomach cancer has fallen steadily during the past decades. The aim of this paper is to assess the implication of a possible continuation of the decline in stomach cancer mortality until the year 2030. ...Stomach cancer mortality rates declined between 1980 and 2005 at about the same rate (3.6-4.9% per year) for both men and women in all countries. ...
Mortality from stomach cancer has fallen steadily during the past decades. The aim of this paper is to assess the implication
Lack of Any Relationship of Stomach Cancer Incidence and Mortality with Development in Asia.
RaFiei E, et al. Asian Pac J Cancer Prev 2016. PMID 27644616 Free article.
BACKGROUND: The aim of this study was to evaluate the incidence and mortality of stomach cancer, and its relationship with the Human Development Index (HDI) and its components in Asia in 2012. ...We assessed the correlations between standardized incidence rates (SIR) and standardized mortality rates (SMR) of stomach cancer with HDI and its components using SPSS18. ...
BACKGROUND: The aim of this study was to evaluate the incidence and mortality of stomach cancer, and its relationship with the …
Stomach cancer-related mortality rate is higher in young Japanese women than in men.
Sun J, et al. Public Health 2002. PMID 11896635
This study compares stomach cancer-related mortality rates in Japan with those in European and Asian countries and analyzes trends in stomach cancer-related mortality rates according to gender in young Japanese over the period of 1957-1997. ...The sex ratios of stomach cancer-related mortality rates were 0.75, 0.63, 0.80 and 0.94 for 25-29, 30-34, 35-39 and 40-44 y age groups, respectively, in 1997. ...
This study compares stomach cancer-related mortality rates in Japan with those in European and Asian countries and analyzes tr …
[Analysis of mortality rate of stomach cancer and its trend in twenty years in China].
Sun XD, et al. Zhonghua Zhong Liu Za Zhi 2004. PMID 15059341 Chinese.
OBJECTIVE: To analyze and predict the trend in mortality rate of stomach cancer in twenty years in China. METHODS: Stomach cancer mortality data collected from the China national survey over the period 1970s - 1990s for the cause of death were analyzed. RESULTS: The adjusted mortality rate of stomach cancer in 1990s increased by 11.0% and 6.3% for males and females, respectively. ...
OBJECTIVE: To analyze and predict the trend in mortality rate of stomach cancer in twenty years in China. METHODS: Stomach
Stomach cancer mortality in two large cohorts of migrants from the Former Soviet Union to Israel and Germany: are there implications for prevention?
Ronellenfitsch U, et al. Eur J Gastroenterol Hepatol 2009. PMID 19242359
With this aim, we assessed stomach cancer mortality among migrants from the Former Soviet Union (FSU), a high-risk area, to Germany and Israel. ...CONCLUSION: Stomach cancer mortality in migrants from the FSU remains elevated after migration to Germany and Israel but is much lower than in the FSU. ...
With this aim, we assessed stomach cancer mortality among migrants from the Former Soviet Union (FSU), a high-risk area, to Ge …
Mortality and incidence rates of stomach cancer in the JACC Study.
Truong Minh P, et al. J Epidemiol 2005. PMID 16127239 Free article.
BACKGROUND: The objective of this study was to examine the mortality and incidence of stomach cancer in the Japan Collaborative Cohort Study (JACC Study), and compare them with those of the general population of Japan. ...The deaths due to stomach cancer were ascertained by death certificates. The age-adjusted mortality rate per 100,000 was calculated based on 110,792 subjects aged between 40 and 79 years at the baseline in all study areas. ...
BACKGROUND: The objective of this study was to examine the mortality and incidence of stomach cancer in the Japan Collaborativ …
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