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From:CMAJ: Canadian Medical Association Journal (Vol. 194, Issue 23) Peer-ReviewedContexte : La surveillance reguliere du cancer est essentielle pour comprendre ou des progres sont realises et ou il faut en faire plus. Nous avons cherche a donner un apercu du fardeau attendu du cancer au Canada, en...
From:CMAJ: Canadian Medical Association Journal (Vol. 194, Issue 17) Peer-ReviewedBackground: Regular cancer surveillance is crucial for understanding where progress is being made and where more must be done. We sought to provide an overview of the expected burden of cancer in Canada in 2022....
From:Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine (Vol. 57, Issue 12) Peer-ReviewedCitation Only
From:CMAJ: Canadian Medical Association Journal (Vol. 191, Issue 46) Peer-ReviewedBACKGROUND: Although cancer incidence over time is well documented in Canada, trends by birth cohort and age group are less well known. We analyzed age- and sex-standardized incidence trends in Canada for 16 major cancer...
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