Projections of the cancer burden in New Zealand by Brian D. Cox

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Published by Public Health Commission in Wellington, N.Z .

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  • Cancer -- New Zealand -- Statistics.

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StatementBrian Cox.
SeriesAnalysis and monitoring report ;, 5
ContributionsNew Zealand. Public Health Commission.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsRC279.N47 C68 1995
The Physical Object
Paginationxvi, 102 p. ;
Number of Pages102
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL538799M
ISBN 100478085583
LC Control Number96117449
OCLC/WorldCa34926952

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ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: "Addresses 19 cancer sites in the body and estimates of the likely burden of cancer for the next two and a half decades"--Foreword.

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Genre/Form: Statistics: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Cancer in New Zealand. Wellington, N.Z.: Ministry of Health, (OCoLC) The burden of cancer in New Zealand: a comparison of incidence and DALY metrics and its relevance for ethnic disparities of Health long-term trends and future projections in NZ2,3 and the Cancer Trends study (a record linkage study of census and cancer records).4,8 Particularly, the Mori.

STUDY OBJECTIVE--The aim was to estimate the likely burden of cervical cancer in New Zealand over the next two decades, according to whether cervical screening services are made more effective. DESIGN--The study was based on national mortality and incidence data for the periods andrespectively.

An age-period-cohort model was used to estimate the Cited by: The Burden of Cancer: New Zealand Wellington: Ministry of Health.

Published in November by the Ministry of Health PO BoxWellington, New Zealand. ISBN HP The cancer incidence projections used were produced by Robert Templeton and Martin Tobias (Health and Disability Intelligence).

rather than the Census) provided by Statistics New Projections of the cancer burden in New Zealand book. Bladder cancer rates have been revised to reflect a change in cancer registration practice fromwhereby superficial (non-invasive) bladder cancers are no longer.

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˙˙ 7 ˝ ˝ ˙˙ Table Key results, cervical cancer ˇ ˆ. PO BoxWellington, New Zealand ISBN (Book) ISBN (Internet) The New Zealand Burden of Disease Study was carried out by a joint team from the Ministry of Cancer DALYs, by age, gender and ethnicity, all sites, Health Loss in New Zealand iii Foreword The New Zealand Burden of Diseases, Injuries and Risk Factors Study (NZBD) is a systematic analysis of health loss for New Zealanders of all ages, both sexes and both major ethnic groups.

Health loss is a measure of how much healthy life is lost due to early dea th, illness or disability. First, cancer incidence rates were obtained from the Ministry of Health long‐term trends and future projections in NZ 2, 3 and the Cancer Trends study (a record linkage study of census and cancer records).

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Cancer Projections: Incidence –08 to – Wellington: Ministry of Health. Published in January by the Ministry of Health PO BoxWellington, New Zealand. ISBN (online) HP The burden of cancer in New Zealand: A comparison of incidence and DALY metrics and its relevance for ethnic disparities June Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health 37(3)   The disease is the most frequently diagnosed cancer in the vast majority of the countries ( of ) and is also the leading cause of cancer death in over countries (Figs.

5B and 6B); the main exceptions are Australia/New Zealand, Northern Europe, Northern America (where it is preceded by lung cancer), and many countries in Sub‐Saharan. Cancer in New Zealand: Trends and projections summarises statistical models of cancer incidence and mortality produced by the Public Health Intelligence group within the Ministry of Health.

Models have been produced for all adult cancer, all childhood cancer, and some 26 selected types of cancer. With an estimated new cancer cases (43% of the global figure), Asia was the region with the highest number of new cancer cases in adults aged 80 years or older. Europe ranked second with an estimated new cancer cases in this population or 31% of the global burden.

Cancer burden in and projected burden in are presented in Table 3. In the WPR, it is estimated to increase by 45% (1,) in men and 35% in women (,) by from the burden compared with the expected increase in the global burden by 41% (3,) in men and 33% (2,) in women.

The situation in New Zealand was complicated by changes in cancer registration practices inbut there were steady increases before the change (e, APC ¼ ), followed by slow but statistically significant increases in melanoma incidence (e, APC ¼ ) (Figure 1f).

Projection algorithms suggest that age-standardized inva. Cancer of the cervix uteri is the second most common cancer among women worldwide, with an estimatednew cases anddeaths in Some 83% of the cases occur in developing countries, where cervical cancer accounts for 15% of female cancers, with a risk before age 65 of %, while in developed countries it accounts for only % of new cancers, with a cumulative.

of Skin Cancer to New Zealand Executive Summary This report to the Cancer Society of New Zealand has two tasks – o To estimate the costs of Skin Cancer to New Zealand for the yearupdating a report written in which estimated costs for the year o To show how such cost information might be used to carry out cost.

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Obesity. Infections. UV radiation. New Zealand Ministry of Health Cancer in New Zealand: Trends and Projections (assessed 28/3 ) NORDPRED software package (accessed on 21/9 ) Osmond C.

Using age, period and cohort models to estimate future mortality rates. Int J Epidemiol. ; 14 – Parkin DM. The evolution of the population-based cancer registry. Using three decades of cancer registry data (–) from six populations with moderate to high melanoma incidence (US whites and the populations of the United Kingdom, Sweden, Norway, Australia, New Zealand), we applied age-period-cohort models to describe current trends and project future incidence rates and numbers of melanomas out to An age-period-cohort model was used to estimate the contributions of age, time period, and birth cohort effects to the occurrence of cervical cancer.

Using age specific estimates of the future female population of New Zealand, projections of cervical cancer mortality. Objective The global burden of colorectal cancer (CRC) is expected to increase by 60% to more than million new cases and million deaths by In this study, we aim to describe the recent CRC incidence and mortality patterns and trends linking the findings to the prospects of reducing the burden through cancer prevention and care.

Design Estimates of sex-specific CRC incidence and. United States (–): Siegel R, Miller K, Jemal A. Cancer statistics, CA Cancer J Clin. Jan;69(1):7– New Zealand (–): Teng AM, Atkinson J, Disney G, et al. Ethnic inequalities in cancer incidence and mortality: census-linked cohort studies with 87 million years of person-time follow-up.

BMC Cancer. ; Cancer Society of New Zealand. An independent non-profit organization founded in devoted to advocacy, support, information and funding research into cancer in New Zealand. The Society has a national office, 6 regional divisions and a number of local centres. Child Cancer Foundation - New Zealand.

Child Cancer Foundation. 1. Introduction. Survival from cancer is becoming more common as medical technology is becoming more advanced.In the US, the 5-year relative survival rate of all cancers combined rose from % during the period – to % during –The figure in South Korea (Korea hereafter) registered a similar but steeper trend, i.e., a jump from % during – to %.

Prostate cancer. With new cases, prostate cancer is the sixth most common cancer in the world, and third in importance in men (% of new cancer cases – % in more developed countries and % in less developed countries).

Using three decades of cancer registry data () from six populations with moderate to high melanoma incidence (US whites and the populations of the United Kingdom, Sweden, Norway, Australia, New Zealand), we applied age-period-cohort models to describe current trends and project future incidence rates and numbers of melanomas out to The increase (~3%) in obesity during could add 24 person-years of additional burden of breast cancer attributable to obesity inwhich is approximately times the burden of breast cancer in (37 DALYs perperson-years in61.

Objectives Prostate cancer is the second most common cause of cancer-related death in males after lung cancer, imposing a significant burden on the healthcare system in Australia.

We propose the use of autoregressive integrated moving average (ARIMA) models in conjunction with population forecasts to provide for robust annual projections of prostate cancer. Design Data on the incidence and.

Age-adjusted rates were collected from to from registries selected by the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) (International Agency for Research on Cancer, ). The analysis used data from the United Kingdom, New Mexico, Japan, East Germany, Norway, Israel, Nigeria, Iowa, Puerto Rico, Finland, and New Zealand.

The burden of illness of osteoporosis in New Zealand is substantial. Prevalence estimates based on international research suggest that up to 30% of postmenopausal women may have osteoporosis. cost burden on the New Zealand health system. Evidence suggests that the best avenues for reducing New Zealand’s skin cancer burden are primary prevention and early diagnosis.

Therefore, all health professionals, including policy makers and the health and skin workforce, are encouraged to view this strategy as a call to action. They also estimated global incidence in of million new breast cancer cases and 1 million new prostate cancer cases, taking into account current trends in incidence rates.

These are higher than our projections of million and million, respectively, mainly reflecting differences in the base incidence estimates for Projections in IEO98 are displaced according to six basic country groupings.

The industrialized region includes projections for four individual countries -- the United States, Canada, Mexico, and Japan -- along with the subgroups Western Europe and Australasia (defined as Australia, New Zealand. “These factors were responsible for 43 per cent of all cancer deaths inthat is million fatalities, and 40 per cent of all new cases, that is four million new cancer cases.” As part of an effort to stem this trend, WHO is engaged in efforts to stem both tobacco use.

Latest global cancer data: Cancer burden rises to million new cases and million cancer deaths in Strictly embargoed until Wednesday 12 September16h00pm Geneva time Geneva, Switzerland, 12 September – The International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) today released the latest estimates on the global burden of cancer.Background.

Stomach cancer is one of the leading causes of cancer deaths in Japan. The objectives of this study were to estimate and project the economic burden associated with stomach cancer in Japan, and to identify the key factors that drive the economic burden of stomach cancer.Cervical cancer continues to be a major public health problem affecting middle-aged women, particularly in less-resourced countries.

The global scale-up of HPV vaccination and HPV-based screening—including self-sampling—has potential to make cervical cancer a rare disease in the decades to come. Our study could help shape and monitor the initiative to eliminate cervical cancer as a major.

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