5 edition of Progress in cancer control found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographies and index.
|Statement||editors, Curtis Mettlin and Gerald P. Murphy.|
|Series||Progress in clinical and biological research ;, v. 57|
|Contributions||Mettlin, Curtis., Murphy, Gerald Patrick., Association of American Cancer Institutes., Roswell Park Memorial Institute.|
|LC Classifications||RC268 .C65 1980|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 236 p. :|
|Number of Pages||236|
|LC Control Number||81004369|
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-- JAMA " the book is of value as a milestone in the progress of cancer prevention and control." -- Modern Pathology "For those involved in cancer presention and control, in fact, for everyone involved in oncology [this] should be obligatory reading."Cited by: It is the first in a series of articles that will describe the American Cancer Society's vision for how cancer prevention, early detection, and treatment can be transformed to lower the cancer burden in the United States, and sets the stage for a national cancer control plan, or blueprint, for the American Cancer Society goals for reducing cancer mortality by the year Cited by: Progress in cancer control National commitment to cancer control A key element for cancer control identified by the strategy is the establishment of a high level national committee to promote cancer prevention and strengthen cancer surveillance.
Over the. derstood and misused. Because the cancer mortality or death rate is less affected by detection practices and reﬂects the overall outcome of prevention, early detection, and treatment, a downward trend in this measure is the best indication of cancer control progress.2,3 Assessment of outcomes is impossible without high-quality, population Cited by: Improvements in screening and early detection, because earlier detection improves the efficacy of treatment for most cancers, even in the absence of treatment advances.
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About this journal. Cancer Control is a JCR-ranked, peer-reviewed open access journal whose mission is to advance the prevention, detection, diagnosis, treatment, and palliative care of cancer by enabling researchers, doctors, policymakers, and other healthcare professionals to freely share research along the cancer control continuum.
Our vision is a world where gold-standard cancer care is. The process of translating a cancer control plan into action requires competent management and leadership that are essential to ensure that the right methods are applied in the right place, at the right time, with the right people to mobilize resources, track progress and move ahead.
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PROGRESS IN CANCER CONTROL.; A Bulletin From the American Society for the Control of Cancer, 25 West Forty-Third Street, New York City. THE WAR AGAINST CANCER. The Cancer Trends Progress Report is a series of reports that describe the nation's progress against cancer through research and related efforts.
The report is based on the most recent data at the time of analysis from the National Cancer Institute, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, other federal agencies, professional groups, and. Get this from a library. Progress in cancer control: proceedings of the first Conference on Progress in Cancer Control, held in Buffalo, September, sponsored by the Association of American Cancer Institutes and Roswell Park Memorial Institute.
[Curtis Mettlin; Gerald P Murphy; Association of American Cancer Institutes.; Roswell Park Memorial Institute.;]. The Commission on Latin America, Progress and remaining challenges for cancer control in Latin America and the Caribbean, explores the impact from this earlier Commission and highlights structural reforms in health care systems, new programmes for disenfranchised populations, expansion of cancer registries, cancer plans and, implementation.
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Dr.4/4(21). Progress in meeting cancer control objectives can be measured by using a combination of statistics on cancer incidence, population-based survival, and mortality (1–3).Cited by: 1. A Comprehensive Plan. Cancer control planning falls on the shoulders of each state (as well as the District of Columbia, tribes and tribal organizations, territories and Pacific Island Jurisdictions), says Nikki Hayes, who leads the National Comprehensive Cancer Control program at the U.S.
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the federal agency that funds state cancer control efforts. The Canadian Strategy for Cancer Control: – | 3 The ongoing challenge of cancer Despite progress in cancer prevention, two in five Canadians will face a diagnosis of cancer in their lifetime and the number of Canadians affected by cancer continues to rise.
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