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Malignant Neoplasm Prevalence in the Aktobe Region of Kazakhstan
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 Title & Authors
Malignant Neoplasm Prevalence in the Aktobe Region of Kazakhstan
Bekmukhambetov, Yerbol; Mamyrbayev, Arstan; Jarkenov, Timur; Makenova, Aliya; Imangazina, Zina;
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 Abstract
An oncopathological state assessment was conducted among adults, children and teenagers in Aktobe region for 2004-2013. Overall the burden of mortality was in the range of 94.8-100.2 per 100,000 population, without any obvious trend over time. Ranking by pathology, the highest incidences among women were registered for breast cancer (5.8-8.4), cervix uteri (2.9-4.6), ovary (2.4-3.6) and corpus uteri, stomach, esophagus, without any marked change over time except for a slight rise in cervical cancer rates. In males, the first place in rank was trachea, bronchus and lung, followed by stomach and esophagus, which are followed by bladder, lymphoid and hematopoietic tissues pathology. Agian no clear trends were apparent over time. In children, main localizations in cancer incidence blood (acute lymphocytic leukemia, lymphosarcoma, acute myeloid leukemia, Hodgkin`s disease), brain and central nervous system, bones and articular cartilages, kidneys, and eye and it`s appendages, in both sexes. Similarly, in young adults, the major percentage was in blood and lymphatic tissues (acute myeloid leukemia, acute lymphocytic leukemia, Hodgkin`s disease) a significant percentage accruing to lymphosarcoma, lymphoma, other myeloid leukemia and hematological malignancies as well as tumors of brain and central nervous system, bones and articular cartilages. This initial survey provides the basis for more detailed investigation of cancer epidemiology in Aktobe, Kazakhstan.
 Keywords
Malignant neoplasms;mortality;oncopathology;adults;children;teenagers;Aktobe, Kazakhstan;
 Language
English
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