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Trend of Cancer Incidence in Nepal from 2003 to 2012
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Trend of Cancer Incidence in Nepal from 2003 to 2012
Poudel, Krishna Kanta; Huang, Zhibi; Neupane, Prakash Raj;
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 Abstract
Trends in cancer incidence is a key tool to identify the pattern of cancer of any country. This retrospective study was performed to present the trends of change in cancer incidence in Nepal.The total number of cancer cases in males was 26,064 while the total number of females cancer cases was 29,867 throughout the 10 years from 2003 to 2012. The cancer incidence per 100,000 in males was 12.8 in 2003 and 25.8 people in 2012. Similarly, in females, the crude incidence rate was 15.1 in 2003 and 26.7 per 100,000 in 2012. Cancer incidence was low at early age but it was increased with age in both sexes in Nepal. Lung cancer was the most common cancer in males throughout, while it was the third most common cancer in females. Cervix uteri was the most common site of cancer in females throughout the 10 years, with a clear trend for increase in breast cancer within this time.
 Keywords
Cancer incidence data;organ sites;gender;trends;Nepal;
 Language
English
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