Cancer Incidence in Jewish Migrants to Israel, 1961-1981 (DISCONTINUED (IARC Scient Pub))

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Get this from a library. Cancer incidence in Jewish migrants to Israel, [Ruth Steinitz; International Agency for Research on Cancer.; Rishum sarṭan be-Yiśraʼel.;].

Cancer incidence in Jewish migrants to Israel, Lyon: International Agency for Research on Cancer, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Ruth Steinitz; International Agency for Research on Cancer.

Cancer incidence in Jewish migrants to Israel, Steinitz R(1), Parkin DM, Young JL, Bieber CA, Katz L. Author information: (1)International Agency for Research on Cancer by: Cancer Incidence in Jewish Migrants to Israel, IARC Scientific Publication No.

Jewish people migrating to Israel from many countries (see “Cancer Incidence in Jewish Migrants to Israel –”) and the other on Italian migrants to various countries.

From both, the trend clearly emerges of an increasing incidence of cancers like those of the lung, colon and rectum, and female breast with migration to environments with.

Rishum sartan be-Yiśra'el. Title(s): Cancer incidence in Jewish migrants to Israel, / R. Steinitz [et al.]. Country of Publication: France Publisher: Lyon: International Agency for Research on Cancer ; New York: Distributed in the USA by Oxford University Press, Description: viii, p.: ill.

Steinitz R, Parkin D, Young J, Bieber C, Katz L, Steinitz RPDMYJLBCAaKL (), In Cancer Incidence in Jewish Migrants to Israel, – 1– Lyon: IARC Sci.

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Publ Lyon: IARC Sci. Publ Cited by: Steinitz R, Parkin DM, Young JL, Bieber CA, Katz L () Cancer Incidence in Jewish Migrants to Israel, – IARC Scientific Publications No. 98, International Agency for Research on Cancer, LyonCited by: Reports the results of a study of the incidence of cancers diagnosed in young Israelis under the age of 30 years.

Unique in several respects, the study draws on data collected from to and maintained in the cancer registry of Israel, a country largely peopled by migrants. Incidence of cervical cancer significantly decreased in Korea (annual percent change %) while remained stable on Israel.

Mortality trends paralleled incidence trends with a significant increase in ovarian cancer and uterine cancer mortality in Korea (annual percent changes and %, respectively) and a drop in cervical cancer mortality.

Cancer incidence in Jewish migrants to Israel – Scientific Publication No Lyon: World Health Organization, International Agency for Research on Cancer. Israel Center for Disease ControlCited by:   Steinitz R, Parkin DM, Young JL, Bieber CA, Katz L.

Cancer incidence in Jewish migrants to Israel, – IARC Sci Publ. ; – Stiller CA, Parkin DM. International variations in the incidence of childhood lymphomas. Paediatr Perinat Epidemiol. ; – Stiller CA, Parkin by: Beforeincidence of prostate cancer among Jewish men in the exposed and nonexposed groups was essentially the same.

However, afterthe birth cohorts of – and –. Background & Aims: Israeli Jews of European birth, i.e., Ashkenazim, have the highest colorectal cancer incidence of any Israeli ethnic group. The IK APC gene variant was found in % of American Jews, 28% of their familial colorectal cancer cases, but not in non-Jews.

We assessed the IK prevalence in Israeli Jews of differing ethnic origin and risk for colorectal by: In a years-long study of survivors diagnosed with cancer from the years toand from tothe data shows an increase in cancer survival.

The survival rates for cancer patients after five years increased in a decade from percent to percent in Jewish men and from percent to percent in Jewish women. Age-standardised incidence rates (based on world standard population) of classic Kaposi's sarcoma among Israeli Jews by gender and patient age group between and Immigrants born in Asia, Africa, Europe and America exhibited a strong increase in incidence rates during the late s and the early s, and during the early by:   Illustrative: Better education about the dangers of sun exposure are credited for helping bring Israel's skin cancer rate down from the.

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The age-standardized incidence rate of non-AIDS-associated KS during to among non-Ethiopian immigrants in the Jewish population in Israel was (95% CI, ) in males and (95% CI, ) in females perpopulation, whereas in Israeli-born Jews it was (95% CI, ) and (95% CI, ) in males and Cited by: Stewart et al., in the early s, conducted an extensive interview and incidence study of cervical cancer, comparing Israeli Jewish women with Jewish and non-Jewish white women in New York City.

In Israel, the interviewers were located in three medical centers in the major cities and were notified of new patients by staff members of. Background: Migrant studies have shown that breast cancer risk increases in women who move from countries with low incidence rates to countries with high rates.

We examined the influence of migration history and acculturation on breast cancer risk in Hispanic women ages 35 to 79 years. Methods: In a population-based case-control study conducted in Cited by:   Interpreting the international trends in testicular seminoma and nonseminoma incidence the investigation of cancer incidence in Jewish migrants to Israel.

45 trends in testicular seminoma Cited by: RESULTS There were cases of squamous cell carcinoma inwomen-years of observation, giving a crude rate of perin Israeli Jewish women in The distribution of the cases by cohort year of birth and origin group is shown in Table 1.

The incidence of cervical cancer at different ages is illustrated in Fig. by: 3. Conclusions: Colon cancer has increased in Israel, mainly in males and European–American born. Israeli-born Jews (of 20 to 60% mixed ethnicity and lifestyle habits) have the lowest incidence and best survival data for stages-2 and -3 CRC.

There is evidence of ethnic survival advantage and possibly in response to adjuvant oncological therapy. Steinitz R, Parkin D, Young J, Bieber C, Katz L, (Eds): Cancer Incidence in Jewish Migrants to Israel, – (IARC Scientific Publications 98). Lyon: International Agency for Research on Cancer;   Fifty-two percent of Jewish Israelis identify with the statement by MK Miri Regev last month that African migrants are “a cancer in the.

Results. The study includedHolocaust survivors, and the mean age at the beginning of follow-up was 74 ± years; 43% males. In multivariable analyses, the rate ratio (RR) values for males and females were and for colon cancer, and for lung cancer, and for bladder cancer and and for melanoma, by: 1.

Jews of European or American origin have a higher incidence of cancer than other Jewish or non-Jewish ethnic groups in Israel. Infor example, the age-standardized rate of all cancers among Jewish men who were born in Europe or America was cancers per person-years, compared with and cancers per person Cited by: Lung cancer in Israel ICD-O-3 site codes C* (excluding lymphomas and mesothelioma) Classification of histology Squamous cell carcinoma (ICD-O-3 histology codes) Adenocarcinoma (ICD-O-3 histology codes, ) Small cell carcinoma (ICD-O-3 histology codes.

Despite the decreasing incidence and mortality for many types of cancer, the incidence rate for melanoma skin cancer has been rising in the United States since 1,2 Melanoma is the most fatal of skin cancers accounting for 79% of all skin cancer deaths.

3 The number of new melanomas that will be diagnosed in is estimated to be about 59 and Cited by: We assessed cancer incidence in Israeli Jewish survivors of World War II. Cancer rates were compared in a cohort of Israeli Jews who were born in Europe and immigrated to Israel.

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The magnitude and dynamics of lung cancer incidence in Jews and Arabs in Israel between the years and were studied. In general, age-standardized incidence rates increased consistently between the years and among Jewish (24% increase) and Arab (39%) males, and to a lesser degree among Jewish females (15%).

Arab females Cited by: NCI Report on Cancer Incidence in Middle East The National Cancer Institute (NCI), part of the National Institutes of Health, has released Cancer Incidence in Four Member Countries (Cyprus, Egypt, Israel and Jordan) of the Middle East Cancer Consortium (MECC) Compared with U.S.

SEER. The monograph compiles information on cancer incidence File Size: KB.From there had been a 1 percent annual increase in the incidence of cancer – percent among Arab men – but in the trend began to reverse.

From through there was an annual drop of percent in the incidence of cancer among Jews, and .