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eBook Cervical cancer in Australia (Cancer series) ePub

by Paul Jelfs

  • ISBN: 0642224870
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  • Author: Paul Jelfs
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Australian Institute of Health and Welfare, Dept. of Human Services and Health (1995)
  • Pages: 57
  • ePub book: 1929 kb
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Cervical cancer was the 14th most commonly diagnosed cancer among females in. .Cancer in Australia 2017. Cancer series no. 101. Cat. No.

Cervical cancer was the 14th most commonly diagnosed cancer among females in Australia in 2015. In 2019, it is estimated that it remain the 14th most commonly diagnosed cancer among females. In 2015, there were 857 new cases of cervical cancer diagnosed in Australia. In 2019, it is estimated that 951 new cases of cervical cancer will be diagnosed in Australia. Data sourced from AIHW 2018 Cancer Data in Australia, ACIM books, and Cancer in Australia 2019 report and supplementary data tables.

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Information on authorship and revision. Last modified: 14 August 2018 23:59:58. Author(s): Dr Alison Budd - Co-author. Professor Ian Hammond - Co-author. Australian rates of cervical cancer incidence and death are among the lowest in the world. This is largely attributed to the successful introduction in 1991 of the National Cervical Screening Program (NCSPNational Cervical Screening ProgramA joint program of the Australian, state and territory governments.

Cervical cancer is the twelfth most common cancer affecting women in Western Australia. 4 In 2014, 113 women were diagnosed with cervical cancer. The chances of getting cervical cancer by the time you are aged 75 (lifetime risk) is 1 in 156. This means for every 156 women who reach the age of 75 one will have developed cervical cancer during their lifetime. In 2014, 24 Western Australian women died from cervical cancer. Learn more about cancer statistics.

Skin cancer in Australia kills over 2,000 each year, with more than 750,000 diagnosed and treated. Tanning became embedded in Australian culture and proved to be a controversial issue because of its popularity among teens and solarium users, despite. Tanning became embedded in Australian culture and proved to be a controversial issue because of its popularity among teens and solarium users, despite correlations between tanning and an increased risk of developing melanoma.

Learn about cervical cancer, including types, causes such as HPV . The HPV vaccine used in Australia protects against nine strains of HPV known to cause around 90% of cervical cancers.

Learn about cervical cancer, including types, causes such as HPV, screening, symptoms & diagnosis, prevention, treatment & prognosis, on Cancer Council NS. Cancer most commonly starts in the area of the cervix called the transformation zone, but it may spread to tissues around the cervix, such as the vagina, or to other parts of the body, such as the lymph nodes, lungs or liver. Learn more about: The cervix.

3 CANCER SERIES Number 28 Cancer in Australia 2001 December . It is part of a series of publications concerning cancer patterns in Australia.

3 CANCER SERIES Number 28 Cancer in Australia 2001 December 2004 Australian Institute of Health and Welfare Australasian Association of Cancer Registries Canberra AIHW cat. CAN 2. 14 Remoteness Lung cancer, cervical cancer and cancer of the uterus as a proportion of the cancer deaths in the population all increase with remoteness from the major cities in Australia. Breast cancer, leukaemias, ovarian cancer and stomach cancer as a proportion of the cancer deaths in the population all decrease with remoteness.

Cancer series ; no. 3. Bibliography, etc. Note: Includes bibliographical references (p. 53-57). Download book Cervical cancer in Australia, Paul Jelfs. Uniform Title: Cancer series (Canberra, . ; no. Rubrics: Cervix uteri Cancer Australia Statistics.

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2804NRS Assessment 2 - Cervical Cancer. Bailie r s jelfs p l 2000 cervical cancer mortality. School University of Southern Queensland, Ipswich. Course Title NUR 8060. Uploaded By gracegleeson

2804NRS Assessment 2 - Cervical Cancer. Uploaded By gracegleeson. D O'Brien, . Bailie, R. & Jelfs, P. L. (2000).