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Patterns of cigarette sales and lung cancer mortality in some central and eastern European countries, 1960-1989.
Kubik AK, Parkin DM, Plesko I, Zatonski W, Kramarova E, Möhner M, Friedl HP, Juhasz L, Tzvetansky CG, Reissigova J. Kubik AK, et al. Cancer. 1995 May 15;75(10):2452-60. doi: 10.1002/1097-0142(19950515)75:10<2452::aid-cncr2820751010>3.0.co;2-e. Cancer. 1995. PMID: 7736388
This study examines the patterns of lung cancer mortality rates and cigarette sales in 1960-1989 in seven CEE countries with a total population of 97.5 million and 43,000 deaths from lung cancer in the last year under study. ...This outlook underlines the urgent need for c …
This study examines the patterns of lung cancer mortality rates and cigarette sales in 1960-1989 in seven CEE countries with a total …
Lung cancer and smoking in Finland and the Czech Republic. Recent trends and predictions.
Kubík A, Hakulinen T, Reissigová J, Luostarinen T. Kubík A, et al. Neoplasma. 1992;39(3):177-84. Neoplasma. 1992. PMID: 1528323
Results obtained by descriptive epidemiologic methods support the opinion that a major part of the positive changes in the lung cancer epidemic in Finland can be explained as a consequence of the comprehensive smoking control program introduced in this country, incl …
Results obtained by descriptive epidemiologic methods support the opinion that a major part of the positive changes in the lung cance …
Survival and mortality in a randomized study of lung cancer detection.
Kubík A, Haerting J. Kubík A, et al. Neoplasma. 1990;37(4):467-75. Neoplasma. 1990. PMID: 2234207 Clinical Trial.
In a randomized prospective study of lung cancer detection in a high-risk population of over 6000 heavy smokers semiannual screening by X-ray and sputum cytology was compared to screening at a 3-year interval. ...The evaluation of mortality from lung cancer, …
In a randomized prospective study of lung cancer detection in a high-risk population of over 6000 heavy smokers semiannual scr …
A case-control study of lifestyle and lung cancer associations by histological types.
Kubik A, Zatloukal P, Tomasek L, Dolezal J, Syllabova L, Kara J, Kopecky P, Plesko I. Kubik A, et al. Neoplasma. 2008;55(3):192-9. Neoplasma. 2008. PMID: 18348651
Among all men, inverse associations were found in smokers between lung cancer risk and frequent intake of fruits (OR=0.69) or moderate intake of spirits (OR=0.64), and a direct association for fat foods (OR=1.68). ...Lung cancer is a multifactorial disease, since sm …
Among all men, inverse associations were found in smokers between lung cancer risk and frequent intake of fruits (OR=0.69) or moderate intak …
Lung cancer risk among nonsmoking women in relation to diet and physical activity.
Kubík A, Zatloukal P, Tomásek L, Pauk N, Petruzelka L, Plesko I. Kubík A, et al. Neoplasma. 2004;51(2):136-43. Neoplasma. 2004. PMID: 15190423
To investigate the relationship between diet, physical activity, and the risk of lung cancer among female nonsmokers, and to compare it with female smokers in the same population, we conducted a case-control study. ...
To investigate the relationship between diet, physical activity, and the risk of lung cancer among female nonsmokers, and to compare it with …
Diet and the risk of lung cancer among women. A hospital-based case-control study.
Kubík A, Zatloukal P, Tomásek L, Kríz J, Petruzelka L, Plesko I. Kubík A, et al. Neoplasma. 2001;48(4):262-6. Neoplasma. 2001. PMID: 11712676
The study has been designed to obtain more insight into possible associations between diet and lung cancer risk among women in a country with a Central European socioeconomic background. In a hospital-based case-control study personal interviews of 282 female …
The study has been designed to obtain more insight into possible associations between diet and lung cancer risk among women in a coun …
Lung cancer incidence rates by histologic type: an example of trends in Eastern Europe--Slovakia 1978-95.
Plesko I, Severi G, Obsitníková A, Boyle P, Kubík A. Plesko I, et al. Among authors: kubik a. Neoplasma. 2001;48(4):247-53. Neoplasma. 2001. PMID: 11712673
In men after a marked increase of overall lung cancer incidence and mortality the rates started to flatten and even decline from the early 1990s. ...
In men after a marked increase of overall lung cancer incidence and mortality the rates started to flatten and even decline from the …
Prediction of lung cancer mortality in four Central European countries, 1990-2009.
Kubík A, Plesko I, Reissigová J. Kubík A, et al. Neoplasma. 1998;45(2):60-7. Neoplasma. 1998. PMID: 9687883
The current and predicted high and/or increasing lung cancer mortality rates in the countries under study, presumed to be associated with elevated exposure to respiratory carcinogens, mainly cigarette smoke, in previous decades, underlines that the control of smoking continues to …
The current and predicted high and/or increasing lung cancer mortality rates in the countries under study, presumed to be associated with el …
Trends in cigarette sales and lung cancer mortality in four central European countries.
Kubík A, Plesko I. Kubík A, et al. Cent Eur J Public Health. 1998 Feb;6(1):37-41. Cent Eur J Public Health. 1998. PMID: 9524740
In most of these countries, the current increasing trend in men can be expected to reach a plateau (and later a decline) sooner than in women. This outlook underlines the urgent need for comprehensive lung cancer prevention with control of smoking in women as a
In most of these countries, the current increasing trend in men can be expected to reach a plateau (and later a decline) soone …
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