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O1. COST PROFILES OF BREAST CANCER FEMALE PATIENTS IN ITALY: RESULTS FROM THE EPICOST STUDY 

Silvia Francisci, Susanna Busco, Giulia Capodaglio, Anna Gigli, Stefano Guzzinati, Tania Lopez, Sandra Mallone, Daniela Pierannunzio, Andrea Tavilla, Manuel Zorzi  


O2. IMPROVING REGISTRATION OF RARE CANCERS: THE PROPOSAL OF THE JOINT ACTION ON RARE CANCERS (JARC)

Trama A, Gatta G, Van Eycken L, Visser O, Chirlaque Lopez MD, Navarro Sanchez C, MarcosGragera R, Walsh PM, López Briones C, Capoccia R 


O3. ESTIMATION OF INCIDENCE OF BREAST CANCER IN YOUNG WOMEN WITH SARAR MODELS. FIRST RESULTS OF THE WASABY PROJECT

Lillini Roberto, Bertoldi Martina, Zagar Tina, Zadnik Vesna, Launoy Guy, Guillaume Elodie, Launay Ludivine, Contiero Paolo, Borgini Alessandro, Ritchie David, Katalinic Alexander, Pritzkuleit Ron, Tittarelli Andrea, Modonesi Carlo, Tagliabue Giovanna, Amati Camilla, Sant Milena, Baili Paolo, the WASABY Working Group


O4. COLORECTAL CANCER INCIDENCE TIME TRENDS IN GRELL COUNTRIESL

Neamtiu, C Martos, N Dimitrova, F Giusti, G Randi, T Dyba, R Carvalho, M Flego, M Bettio


O5. RARE CANCERS IN THE US AND EUROPE 

Capocaccia Riccardo, Trama Annalisa, Bernasconi Alice, Mariotto Angela, Gatta Gatta


O6. VENUSCANCER – PRELIMINARY RESULTS ON THE AVAILABILITY AND COMPLETENESS OF HIGHRESOLUTION DATA WORLDWIDE

Claudia Allemani, Veronica Di Carlo on behalf of the VENUSCANCER Working Group


O7. VARIATION IN MORPHOLOGY AND SURVIVAL FROM MALIGNANT MELANOMA OF THE SKIN IN THE GRELL COUNTRIES

Veronica Di Carlo, Michel P. Coleman, Claudia Allemani, on behalf of the CONCORD Working Group


O8. GEOGRAPHICAL VARIABILITY IN GASTRIC AND OESOPHAGEAL CANCER IN GRELL COUNTRIES

Francesco Giusti, Carmen Martos, Emanuele Crocetti, Giorgia Randi, Luciana Neamtiu, Tadeusz Dyba, Nadya Dimitrova, Manuela Flego, Raquel N. Carvalho, Manola Bettio  


O9. GENDER IN SURVIVAL OF CANCER PATIENTS

Gemma Gatta, Annalisa Trama, Laura Botta, Alice Bernasconi, Riccardo Capocaccia and the RARECAREnet WG


O10. SOCIOECONOMIC AND OCCUPATIONAL OUTCOMES OF LONGTERM SURVIVORS OF GYNAECOLOGICAL CANCER: A FRENCH POPULATIONBASED STUDY

Ariane Mamguem Kamga, Agnès Dumas, Florence Joly, Julien Simon , Oumar Billa, MarieLaure Poillot, Geneviève Jolimoy, Charles Coutant, Patrick Arveux, Tienhan Sandrine, Dabakuyo Yonli

O11. CERVICAL AND BREAST CANCER INCIDENCE IN CURITIBA, BRAZIL: GEOSPACIAL ANALYSIS OF INEQUALITIES

Marianna França Veloso, Marianna de Camargo Cancela, Marceli de Oliveira Santos, Marise Souto Rebelo, Cyntia Auturian Laporte, Arthur Orlando Correa Schilithz


O12. IMPACT OF SOCIOECONOMIC STATUS ON SURVIVAL IN PATIENTS WITH OVARIAN CANCER.

GARDY Joséphine, DEJARDIN Olivier, THOBIE Alexandre, EID Yassine, GUIZARD Anne Valérie, LAUNOY Guy


O13. DEPRIVATION AND MASS SCREENING: SURVIVAL OF WOMEN WITH BREAST CANCER IN GIRONDE CANCER REGISTRY, IN FRANCE IN 2008-2010

Marie Poiseuil, Gaëlle Coureau, Catherine Payet, Marianne Savès, Marc Debled, Simone MathoulinPelissier, Brice Amadeo 


O14. INEQUITIES IN CANCER INCIDENCE IN COSTA RICA BETWEEN 2011 AND 2015

Romain Fantin, Azálea Espinoza, Roberto Castro, Carolina Santamaría Ulloa, Cristina Barboza Solís


O15. ESTIMATES OF CANCER INCIDENCE IN SPAIN, 2019

Jaume Galceran, Marià Carulla, Fernando Almela, Matilde Chico, Ana Isabel Marcos, Rafael MarcosGragera, María José Sánchez, Josefina Perucha, Paula Franch and Spanish Network of Cancer Registries (REDECAN)


O16. CHALLENGES FOR A COMMON EUROPEAN APPROACH TO ESTIMATE NATIONAL INCIDENCE IN COUNTRIES WITH PARTIAL POPULATION COVERAGE

Giorgia Randi, Tadek Dyba, Carmen Martos, Francesco Giusti, Raquel Carvalho, Emanuele Crocetti, Manuela Flego, Luciana Neamtiu, Nadia Dimitrova, Manola Bettio 


O17. VALIDATION OF NATIONAL CANCER INCIDENCE TRENDS IN FRANCE ESTIMATED FROM LOCAL REGISTRIES DATAZ

Uhry, E Chatignoux, E Dantony , M Colonna , G Defossez G , S Le GuyaderPeyrou , A Monnereau, P Grosclaude , N Bossard , L Remontet  and the French network of cancer registries (FRANCIM)


O18. FRENCH NATIONAL TRENDS IN CANCER INCIDENCE INTRODUCING STRATIFICATION BY AGE, ANATOMICAL SITE AND HISTOLOGICAL SUBTYPES

Gautier Defossez, Sandra Le GuyaderPeyrou, Zoé Uhry , Pascale Grosclaude, Marc Colonna, Laurent Remontet, Alain Monnereau  and the French Network of Cancer Registries FRANCIM

O19. USING NEW TOOLS TO IMPROVE CANCER INCIDENCE ESTIMATES IN BRAZIL

Fernanda Cristina da Silva de Lima, Jeniffer Dantas Ferreira, Marianna França Veloso, Anne Karin da Mota Borges, Renata Maria de Oliveira Costa, Ivo de Jesus Oliveira, Luciano Mesentier da Costa, Arthur Orlando Correa Schilithz, Marise Souto Rebelo, Marceli de Oliveira Santos


O20. CANCER PATIENTS’ EXCESS MORTALITY AND CURE IN POPULATIONBASED SURVIVAL STUDIES 

Riccardo Capocaccia, Laura Botta, Gaelle Romain, Olayide Boussari, Marc Colonna, and Valerie Jooste


O21. MULTIDIMENSIONAL PENALIZED SPLINES IN SURVIVAL MODELS: APPLICATIONS TO CANCER EPIDEMIOLOGY

Mathieu Fauvernier, Laurent Roche , Zoé Uhry, , Laure Tron , Nadine Bossard , Laurent Remontet  and the CENSUR Working Survival Group


O22. MISSING INFORMATION ON SURVIVAL DATA  MAKING IMPUTATION MODELS COMPATIBLE WITH SUBSTANTIVE EXCESS HAZARD MODELS

Luís Antunes, Denisa Mendonça, Maria José Bento, Edmund Njeru Njagi, Aurélien Belot, Bernard Rachet


O23. THE MORTALITYTOINCIDENCE RATIO IS NOT A VALID PROXY FOR CANCER SURVIVAL 

Michel P Coleman, Aurélien Belot, Libby Ellis


O24. A SMALL AREA RISK ANALYSIS OF LUNG CANCER BASED ON POPULATION GEOCODING IN A CITY WITH HIGH LEVEL OF POLLUTION. 

Bianconi Fortunato , Chiara Primieri , Chiara Grisci , Giulia Naldini , Maria Chiara Pagliarella , Fabrizio Stracci


O25. NET SURVIVAL IN RECURRENCEFREE COLON CANCER PATIENTS

V Jooste, O Boussari, G Romain, A Drouillard, S Manfredi, J Faivre, C Lepage, AM Bouvier


O26. MANAGEMENT OF COLON CANCER PATIENTS: ANALYSIS OF THE ABSENCE OF MULTIDISCIPLINARY TEAM MEETING IN TWO FRENCH DEPARTMENTS

AnneSophie FOUCAN, Pascale GROSCLAUDE, Véronique BOUSSER, Eric BAUVIN, Céline ANDREFARDEAU, Laetitia DAUBISSEMARLIAC, Simone MATHOULINPELISSIER, Brice AMADEO, Gaëlle COUREAU


O27. COMORBIDITIES IDENTIFIED USING HOSPITAL DISCHARGE VERSUS HEALTH INSURANCE DATA AND THEIR RELATION TO CANCER SURVIVAL 

Katrijn Vanschoenbeek,  Harlinde De Schutter, Cindy De Gendt, Nancy Van Damme, Liesbet Van Eycken


O28. EVALUATING ADHERENCE IN THE BELGIAN HOSPITALS TO CLINICAL PRACTICE GUIDELINES PUBLISHED FOR PROSTATE CANCER.

Lien van Walle, Karin Haustermans, Julie Verbeeck, Liesbet Van Eycken


O29. ADHERENCE TO GUIDELINES AND RELATIVE SURVIVAL OF OLDER WOMEN WITH INVASIVE NON METASTATIC BREAST CANCER IN UMBRIA

Caricato M., Gili A., Lupi C., Bianconi F., Stracci F.


O30. PROXIMAL RESECTION MARGIN AS A RISK FACTOR FOR RECURRENCE IN GASTRIC CARCINOMA –FIRST PRELIMINARY RESULTS 

António Gomes, On behalf of South Regional Oncology Registry (RORSul)


O31. NEW PERSPECTIVES IN EFFECTIVENESS AND SAFETY EVALUATION IN CANCER TREATMENT USING REGISTRIES

Filipa Alves Costa, Fábio Cardoso Borges, Adriana Ramos, Rodrigo Murteira, Catarina Ramos, Gonçalo Pinto Mendes, João Aguiar, Alexandra Mayer, Ana Costa Miranda


O32. STAGE I/IIA BREAST CANCERS: COMORBIDITY AFFECTS TREATMENTS AND OUTCOMES

Pamela Minicozzi, Liesbet Van Eycken, Florence Molinie, Kaire Innos, Marcela Guevara, Rafael Marcos Gragera, Clara Castro, Elisabetta Rapiti, Alexander Katalinic, et al. and the European HR Working Group on breast cancer


O33. RISK OF SECOND PRIMARY MALIGNANCIES AMONG PATIENTS WITH AN INDEX PROSTATE CANCER: POPULATIONBASED COHORT STUDY IN SOUTH SPAIN

Miguel Rodríguez Barranco, Santiago Domínguez, Daniel Redondo Sánchez, David López López, Pablo Gómez Lechuga, Julia Carrasco, María José Sánchez


O34. SECOND THYROID CANCERS IN TARRAGONA, CATALONIA: THE ROLE OF RADIOTHERAPY

Marià Carulla, Laia Llauradó, Araceli Jiménez, Sandra Mateu, Josefina Rion, Alberto Ameijide, Jàmnica Bigorra, Francina Saladié, Jaume Galceran


O35. THE EFFECT OF A GASTRIC SECOND PRIMARY CANCER ON THE SURVIVAL OF PATIENTS WITH A PREVIOUS CANCER HISTORY

Samantha Morais, Luís Antunes, Maria José Bento, Nuno Lunet


O36. LONGTERM TRENDS IN INCIDENCE AND SURVIVAL OF PANCREATIC CANCER IN THE SOUTHEAST OF SPAIN: A POPULATION-BASED STUDY. 

Sandra ColoradoYohar, Mónica Ballesta, María Dolores Chirlaque


O37. CHILDHOOD CANCER IN PORTUGAL: A 3 YEAR POPULATIONBASED PEDIATRIC REGISTRY STUDY OF INCIDENCE AND SURVIVAL 

Gabriela Caldas, Alexandra Mayer , Cláudia Brito , Armando Pinto , Manuel Brito , Mónica Jerónimo , Isabel Carvalho , Maria João Gil da Costa , Susana Nunes  Filomena Pereira 

 

Posters


PRIVACY MANAGEMENT ACCOUNTABILITY FRAMEWORK IN A CANCER REGISTRY

Sónia Dória Nóbrega 


WHAT IS THE MOST RELEVANT PERIOD TO DEFINE SYNCHRONOUS SECOND PRIMARY CANCERS? 

Florent Baicry, Delphine Klein, Michel Velten, Jérémie Jégu, for FRANCIM, the registries of the KFrance Working Group


IS CANCER REGISTRATION LESS COMPLETE AND LESS DETAILED IN THE OLDER POPULATION IN BELGIUM?

Frédéric Calay, Bart Van Gool, Kris Henau, Lien van Walle, Nancy Van Damme, Liesbet Van Eycken, Julie Francart


EXPERIENCE WITH HIGH RESOLUTION STUDIES ON RARE CANCERS: FEASIBILITY AND METHODOLOGICAL CHALLENGES 

Dafina Petrova , Miguel Rodríguez Barranco , Laura Botta, Riccardo Capocaccia, Annalisa Trama, Gemma Gatta , Maria José Sánchez 


TORONTO CHILDHOOD CANCER STAGE GUIDELINES: FIRST PILOT STUDY OF ONE BRAZILIAN POPULATIONBASED REGISTRY STUDY

Nathalie V. Balmant, Daniel H. S. Ferraz, Marcia B. Miranda, Halisson M. Braga, Aparicia N. Ferreira, Joaquim Caetano Aguirre Neto, Berenice N. Antoniazzi, Gemma Gatta, Beatriz de Camargo, Marceli de Oliveira Santos


THE ROLE OF CANCER REGISTRY IN THE CONTINUOUS MONITORING OF EUROPEAN REFERENCE NETWORKS

Rafael Silva, Sofia Martins, Sandra Martins, Sónia Dória Nóbrega, Joaquim Costa Pereira, Júlia Amorim  


SUCCESS FACTORS OF A NATIONAL CANCER REGISTRY TEAM IN A PRIVATE HEALTH INSTITUTION

Filipa Costa Vilhena, Nuno Henrique Reis do Vale, Ida Maria Negreiros De Carvalho, António Quintela Paula Borralho Nunes


TO WHAT EXTENT IS IT EXHAUSTIVE A TUMOUR HOSPITAL REGISTRY THAT COVERS A WELL-DEFINED AREA OF BARCELONA?

Margarita Posso, Marià Carulla, Alberto Ameijide, Montserrat Bonilla, Alicia Noguera, Xavier Villanueva, Marta Castells, Francesc Macià, Jaume Galceran


ARE COMORBIDITIES COLLECTED BY CANCER REGISTRIES RELIABLY TRACEABLE IN ADMINISTRATIVE INSURANCE DATABASES?

Mounié Michael, Grosclaude Pascale, Lamy Sebastien , FRANCIM network


ESTIMATION OF COMPLETENESS AND QUALITY OF MULTISOURCE SYSTEM FOR CANCER REGISTRATION : AN EXAMPLE IN MANCHE

Delphine Degré, Sandrine Paris, Julie Ecolivet, Bénédicte Beauvois, AnneSophie Quelvennec, Delphine Large, Simona Bara


DATA QUALITY ANALYSIS FOR CANCER REGISTRY: A HOSPITAL-BASED STUDY

Bárbara Peleteiro, Bruna Vieira, Sofia Correia, Isabel Carvalho, Ana Azevedo


DOES COMORBIDITY INFLUENCE PROSTATE CANCER PATIENTS’ SURVIVAL DIFFERENTLY ACCORDING TO RISK GROUPING?

Lamy Sébastien, Lepage Benoit , Delpierre Cyrille, Grosclaude Pascale , and the FRANCIM network


QUALITY APPROACH WITHIN THE FRANCIM NETWORK

Patricia Delafosse, Florence Molinié, Laetitia Daubisse, Brigitte Trétarre, Anne Cowppli Bony, Bénédicte Lapôtre, Alain Monnereau


PATTERN OF COMORBIDITIES AMONG COLORECTAL CANCER PATIENTS AND IMPACT ON TREATMENT AND SHORTTERM SURVIVAL.

Daniel Redondo Sanchez, María José Sánchez, Miguel Rodríguez Barranco, M Carmen Carmona García, Rafael Marcos Gragera, Miguel Angel Luque Fernandez


PERFORMANCE OF AUTOLOGOUS HEMATOPOIETIC STEM CELL TRANSPLANTS IN ADULTS: REPORT OF THE BELGIAN TRANSPLANT REGISTRY

Hélène A. Poirel,  Gilles Macq,  Johan Maertens,  Dominik Selleslag,  Xavier Poiré,  Koen Theunissen,  Carlos Graux,  Tessa Kerre, Nathalie Meuleman,  Yves Beguin


A LOOK ON DIAGNOSTIC, THERAPEUTIC AND PROGNOSIS PRACTICES FOR DLBCLFROM 2012 TO 2016 IN COTE D'OR

Stéphanie Girard Boulanger, Joséphine Clivio , Morgane Mounier , Sophie Gauthier , Selim Ramla , Cédric Rossi, Marc Maynadié


HIGH RISK OF RECURRENCE UP TO 30 YEARS AFTER DIAGNOSIS AMONG BREAST CANCER PATIENTS AGED <45 YEARS.

Elisabetta Rapiti, Robin Schaffar, Pierre Chappuis, Isabelle NeyroudCaspar, Alexandre Bodmer, Valeria Viassolo, Christine Bouchardy, Simone Benhamou 


CANCER AT 90 YEARS OF AGE: A PRESENT REALITY?

Bárbara Peleteiro, Sofia Silvestre, Susana Alves, Isabel Carvalho


EFFECT OF PSABASED SCREENING ON PROSTATE CANCER MORTALITY AT 9 YEARS FOLLOWUP TWO DEPARTEMENT WITH CANCER REGISTRY

Faïza Bessaoud, Brigitte Trétarre, Pascale Grosclaude, Laetitia Daubisse, Xavier Rebillard, François Iborra, Arnauld Villers 


BREAST CANCER SCREENING IN MADEIRA 1999-2018: COMPARISON BETWEEN PARTICIPANTS AND NONPARTICIPANTS 

Cláudia Fraga, Sara Muller, Patrícia Serrão, Carolina Camacho, José Camacho, Joaquim Veira, Mónica Armas, Nuno Ferreira, Karen E. Callahan, Paulo S. Pinheiro 


REAL-WORLD CANCER REGISTRIES: NEWS ON THE USE OF CHEMOTHERAPY FOR ITALIAN BREAST CANCER CASES 

Alessandra Ravaioli, Emanuele Crocetti, Dino Amadori, Silvia Mancini, Rosa Vattiato, Orietta Giuliani, Flavia Baldacchini, Fabio Falcini


AXILLARY LYMPH NODE DISSECTION AND SENTINEL LYMPH NODE IN BREAST CARCINOMA – 5 YEARS EXPERIENCE IN HOSPITAL VILA FRANCA DE XIRA

Sofia Loureiro dos Santos, Sandra Farinha, Luís Ramos, Zita Teresa Seabra, Sofia Azambuja Braga


QUALITY OF CARE OF NONSMALL CELL LUNG CANCER IN LUXEMBOURG. FINDING FROM A POPULATIONBASED CANCER REGISTRY, 2013-2014

Hanen Samouda, Michel Untereiner, Julien Jacobs, Stéphanie Saleh, Sophie Couffignal


TRENDS IN PLACE OF DEATH FOR PATIENTS WHO DIED FROM CANCER IN CANTON TICINO, SOUTHERN SWITZERLAND, 2000-2016

Laura Ortelli, Alessandra Spitale, Paola Mazzola, Simona Peverelli, Andrea Bordoni 


PRELIMINARY RESULTS FROM THE ITALIAN ADOLESCENTS AND YOUNG ADULTS CANCER SURVIVOR’S COHORT

Alice Bernasconi, Giulio Barigelletti, Andrea Tittarelli, Paolo Contiero, Giovanna Tagliabue, Laura Botta, Gemma Gatta, Annalisa Trama 


EUROPEAN CANCER INFORMATION SYSTEM: GEOGRAPHICAL DIFFERENCES ON CHILDHOOD CANCER IN THE EUROPEAN UNION, 2008-2012

Carmen Martos, Francesco Giusti, Emanuele Crocetti, Giorgia Randi, Luciana Neamtiu, Nadya Dimitrova, Tadeusz Dyba, Manuela Flego, Raquel N. Carvalho, Manola Bettio


WOMEN'S LUNG CANCER INCIDENCE RATES BECAME EQUAL TO MEN'S IN NAVARRA YOUNG POPULATION

Marcela Guevara, Conchi MorenoIribas, María Aldareguía , Mª Isabel Eciolaza , Josu Delfrade, Rosana Burgui, Eva Ardanaz


RARE CANCER OF THE SALIVARY GLANDS IN HEAD AND NECK IN BRAZIL

Maria Paula Curado, Max Moura de Oliveira, Luiz Paulo Kowalski


RARE HEAD AND NECK CANCERS IN BRAZIL

Rejane de Souza Reis, Nathalie V. Balmant, Marceli de Oliveira Santos, Beatriz de Camargo, Max Moura de Oliveira, Diego Rodrigues Mendonça e Silva, Gemma Gatta, Luiz Paulo Kowalski, Maria Paula Curado 


SPATIAL PATTERNS OF UPPER AERODIGESTIVE TRACT, LUNG AND STOMACH CANCERS IN URUGUAY

Alonso Rafael , Garau Mariela ,Musetti Carina, Barrios Enrique  


MALE BREAST CANCER IN TWELVE YEARS AT CUF BREAST UNIT  DEMOGRAPHIC CHARACTERIZATION

Filipa Costa Vilhena, Nuno Henrique Reis do Vale, Alexandra Mayer da Silva, António Quintela, Paula Borralho Nunes, Ida Negreiros 


12 YEARS OF CUF BREAST UNIT: POPULATION AND SURVIVAL ANALYSIS

Filipa Costa Vilhena, Nuno Henrique Reis do Vale, Alexandra Mayer da Silva, António Quintela, Paula Borralho Nunes, Ida Negreiros 


GEOGRAPHICAL VARIATIONS IN THE DIAGNOSIS OF THYROID CANCER: A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF TWO CANCER REGISTRIES IN FRANCE

Jan Chrusciel, Adeline Debreuve-Theresette, Zakia Hafdi-Nejjari, Françoise Borson-Chazot, Claire Schvartz


BREAST CANCER IN BRAZILIAN YOUNG WOMEN: INCIDENCE, MORTALITY AND SURVIVAL

Rejane de Souza Reis , Carlos Frederico de Freitas Lima , Alfredo José Monteiro Scaff 


EPIDEMIOLOGICAL AND CLINICAL CHARACTERIZATION OF CUTANEOUS MALIGNANT MELANOMA: PRELIMINARY RESULTS

Fábio Cardoso Borges, Adriana Ramos, Filipa Alves da Costa, Ana Miranda


EPIDEMIOLOGY OF MYLOFIBROSIS FROM THREE DIFFERENT FRENCH AREA COVERED BY A POPULATIONBASED REGISTRY

Sophie Gauthier, Morgane Mounier, Edouard Cornet, Alain Monnereau, Xavier Troussard, Hélène Rachou, Jean Marc Poncet, Stéphanie Girard, Marc Maynadié


COMPARATIVE NET SURVIVAL OF CANCER IN THE ELDERLY: DATA FROM THE CANCER REGISTRY OF GUADELOUPE

F.W.IJ. Deloumeaux. B. Bhakkan, M. TabueTeguo


INCIDENCE, HOSPITALIZATIONS AND DEATHS IN PORTUGUESE BREAST CANCER PATIENTS: ARE THEY LINKED?

Inês Gomes, Bruno Moita, Ana Miranda, Carla Nunes


CHILDHOOD CANCER SURVIVAL IN THE PROVINCE OF GRANADA, 2004-2013

MaríaJosé Sánchez , Miguel RodríguezBarranco , Daniel RedondoSánchez , David LópezLópez , Eloísa Bayo 


SECOND CANCERS AFTER A HEAD & NECK CANCER: A POPULATIONBASED STUDY IN TARRAGONA AND GIRONA 

Jordi Rubió, Rafa Marcos Gragera, Marià Carulla, Alberto Ameijide, Josep Gumà, Laia Llauradó, Montse Puigdemont, Jaume Galceran


CANCER PREVALENCE IN THE CENTRAL REGION OF PORTUGAL IN SOME SELECTED TOPOGRAPHIES

Joana Bastos and Branca Carrito


FREQUENCY OF MULTIPLE PRIMARY CANCERS IN NORTH PORTUGAL: A POPULATION-BASED STUDY

Samantha Morais, Filipa Fontes, Jessica Rocha Rodrigues, Luís Antunes, Maria José Bento, Nuno Lunet


INCIDENCE TRENDS OF HEMATOLOGICAL MALIGNANCIES IN BELGIUM 2004-16: IMPACT OF THE RESIDENCE ON CHRONIC MYELOID DISORDERS

Hélène A. Poirel, Frédéric Calay, Tamara Vandendael, Jérôme Xicluna, Geert Silversmit, Gilles Macq, Kris Henau, Liesbet Van Eycken


THE EFFECT OF SOCIOECONOMIC STATUS ON HEPATOCELULAR CARCINOMA INCIDENCE IN THE BASQUE COUNTRY 

Marta de la Cruz, Leire Gil, Nerea Larrañaga, Amaia Soraluce, Arantza Lopez de Munain, Domingo Eizaguirre, Visitacion de Castro


THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN SOCIOECONOMIC STATUS AND PROSTATE CANCER: A POPULATIONBASED CANCER REGISTRY STUDY 

Hajer Ben Khadhra, Fabien Saint, Eric Trecherel, Benedicte LapotreLedoux, Salah Zerkly, Olivier Ganry


SPATIAL ANALYSIS OF CANCERS INCIDENCE IN GUADELOUPE (F.W.I): LINK WITH PESTICIDESAND OTHER ENVIRONMENTAL RISK FACTORS.

Bernard Bhakkan, Julien Dugas, Jacqueline Deloumeaux, Julien, Danièle Luce 


EFFECTS OF ECONOMIC CRISIS AND SOCIAL INVOLUTION ON CANCER MORTALITY IN AN ITALIAN METROPOLITAN AREA: THE GENOA CASE

Marina Vercelli, Roberto Lillini


BISFENOL-A, AN ENDOCRINE DISRUPTOR AND RISK OF CANCER: A REVIEW.

Ana Cristina Castillo González, Sandra Colorado Yohar, Marcela Guevara, Elena Salamanca, Ana Jiménez, Fernando Navarro Mateu, , María Dolores Chirlaque


BISPHENOL-A AND EDUCATION IN THE EUROPEAN PROSPECTIVE INVESTIGATION INTO CANCER AND NUTRITION (EPIC) MURCIA COHORT

Sandra Colorado Yohar, José María Huerta, Pilar Amiano, María José Sánchez, María Dolores Chirlaque


SMOKING AND LUNG CANCER TRENDS IN THE LAST FOUR DECADES IN WOMEN IN NAVARRA

Marcela Guevara, Josu Delfrade, Mª Isabel Eciolaza , María Aldareguía , Rosana Burgui, Yugo Floristán, Conchi MorenoIribas, Eva Ardanaz


A PREDICTIVE MODEL OF ESOPHAGEAL AND GASTRIC CANCER INCIDENCE VARIATION BASED ON CHANGES IN THE EXPOSURE TO RISK FACTORS

Clara Castro, Bárbara Peleteiro, Samantha Morai, Ana Ferro, Milton Severo, Maria José Bento, Nuno Lunet


MORPHOLOGICAL CHARACTERIZATION OF BONE AND SOFT TISSUE SARCOMAS BASED ON ITALIAN NETWORK OF CANCER REGISTRIES

Sabrina Fabiano, Giovanna Tagliabue, Giulio Barigelletti, Andrea Tittarelli, Anna D’Agostino, Anna Maghini, Paolo Contiero, Lucia Mangone, Isabella Bisceglia and AIRTUM Working Group

 

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