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Mortality from cancer in migrants to Australia, 1962 to 1971

Mortality from cancer in migrants to Australia, 1962 to 1971

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Published by NH & MRC Research Unit in Epidemiology and Preventive Medicine, Raine Medical Statistics Unit, Dept. of Medicine, University of Western Australia in [Perth, W.A.] .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Australia
    • Subjects:
    • Cancer -- Australia -- Statistics.,
    • Cancer -- Australia -- Mortality.,
    • Mortality -- Australia -- Statistics.,
    • Immigrants -- Australia -- Statistics.

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliography: p. 7-9.

      StatementB.K. Armstrong ... [et al.].
      ContributionsArmstrong, B. K.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsRA645.C3 M67 1983
      The Physical Object
      Pagination7, 138 p. ;
      Number of Pages138
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2605082M
      ISBN 100864220030
      LC Control Number85164522
      OCLC/WorldCa13359657

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      Since mortality from colorectal cancer has declined in Hispanic men but remained unchanged in Hispanic women. Prostate cancer is the most commonly diagnosed cancer among Hispanic men. ACS estima Hispanic men are expected to be diagnosed with prostate cancer in Migration patterns and breast cancer risk in Asian-American women. J Natl Cancer Inst ; Le GM, Gomez SL, Clarke CA, Glaser SL, West DW. Cancer incidence patterns among Vietnamese in the United States and Ha Noi, Vietnam. Int J Cancer Erratum in: Int J Cancer ;(6)

      Mortality and life expectancy of Indigenous Australians to on Australia’s health and welfare. The Institute’s mission is While there were improvements in mortality from cancer in the non-Indigenous population between and , this did not occur in the Indigenous population, leading to . Communication challenges experienced by migrants with cancer: A comparison of migrant and English-speaking Australian-born cancer patients the Cancer Australia and beyondblue under the Priority-driven Collaborative Cancer research that there are differencesin cancer morbidity and mortality between migrant language and cultural or Cited by:


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Mortality from cancer in migrants to Australia J Cancer. Dec;25(4) Cancer mortality in among Polish migrants to Australia. Staszewski J, McCall MG, Stenhouse NS. The cancer mortality of Polish migrants to Australia is compared with the cancer mortality prevailing in Poland and in by:   The cancer mortality of Polish migrants to Australia is compared with the cancer mortality prevailing in Poland and in Australia.

Small numbers compel to Cited by: residence in Australia. CANCER MORTALITY, An analysis of more recent mortality in migrants to Australia has been published for (8). Although the disease and country of birth categories were much broader than those used in the analyses, some comparisons were able to be drawn for all cancers and major groups of Cited by:   Cancer mortality differences between immigrants and the Australian population are investigated in the context of how diet, lifestyle factors and acculturation affect the risk of death.

In general, immigrants have lower cancer mortality rates. Greeks and Italians in particular, enjoy a significant mortality advantage in relation to other by: 1. CiteSeerX - Document Details (Isaac Councill, Lee Giles, Pradeep Teregowda): SUMMARY.-The cancer mortality of Polish migrants to Australia is compared with the cancer mortality prevailing in Poland and in Australia.

Small numbers compel to limit the analysis to the most frequent cancer sites only. The main findings are: (a) (c) Stomach cancer mortality of Polish migrants to Australia.

Routinely collected data for New South Wales were used to analyse cancer mortality in migrants born in East or Southeast Asia according to duration of residence in Australia.

A case-control Cited by: Staszewski, J., Mccall, M., Stenhouse, N. S.: Cancer mortality in – among Polish migrants to Australia. Brit. Can () PubMed CrossRef Kurihara, M.: Studies of Japanese migrants. Mortality from cancer and other diseases among Japanese in the United States.

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Introduction. Inapproximately 26% of Australian residents were born overseas, with individuals born in the United Kingdom (% of Australia's total population), New Zealand (%), China (%), India (%) and Italy (%) making up the largest migrant groups.

Previous Australian studies have shown that migrants generally display more favourable cancer morbidity and mortality Cited by: The Cancer Institute NSW is Australia’s first state-wide cancer control agency.

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Cancer incidence during in Asian migrants to New South Wales, Australia, is described. Overall cancer incidence was lower than in the Australia born in most migrant groups, and this reached significance in migrants born in China/Taiwan, the Philippines, Vietnam and India/Sri Lanka, and in male migrants born in by:   The Rosetans are inhabitants of Roseto, Pennsylvania, a pretty but remarkably modest village nestled in Eastern Pennsylvania.

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Rock Positano. Evaluation of mortality and incidence data from Australia indicate that rates of lip cancer are lower in migrants from low-sunlight areas than they are in native-born Australians (Armstrong et al., ; McCredie and Coates, ).Cited by: Suicide mortality in second-generation migrants, Australia, Chi-kin Law, Kairi Kolves & Diego De Leo suicide mortality in second-generation migrants.

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areas of Western Australia sinceand unpub-lished studies of lung cancer incidence in Western Australia in to have shownrates in men in the Kalgoorlie (Eastern Goldfields) area which Received for publication 22 May Accepted for publication 13 September are equal to those in the capital city, Perth.

Lung cancerrates in Cited by: If you have been diagnosed with cancer, and you have immigrated from another country or you have family overseas, you may have questions about immigration law. You may wonder whether you are eligible for free health care in Australia, and whether members of your family can come to Australia File Size: KB.

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Indeed, our Australia-based research group has previously found that Arabic and Greek migrants with cancer report higher levels of anxiety compared to their Chinese counterparts, who report levels of anxiety equivalent to English-speaking Australian-born patients,26 indicating that a greater proportion of Arabic- and Greek- speaking migrants thanCited by:.

For example, data from – showed that, although breast cancer mortality in recently arrived Italian migrants to Australia was low, it had risen to match that of the Australian-born population in immigrants resident for more than 17 years (27).Cited by:   PURPOSE:To address these questions, we determined the breast cancer mortality rates for women from both lower and higher risk countries who had immigrated to Australia and Canada and compared these rates with those exhibited by the population in the origin country and by the destination native-born by: Deaths from suicide, motor vehicle accidents and all forms of violent death among migrants in Australia, – Acta psychiatrica scandina 28 – Douglas, J.

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