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An ecological study of prostate cancer mortality in the USA ...

An ecological study of prostate cancer mortality in the USA and UK, 1975-2004: are divergent trends a consequence of treatment, screening or artefact? Simon M Collin , 1 Richard M Martin , 1 Chris Metcalfe , 1 David Gunnell , 1 Peter Albertsen , 2 David Neal , 3 Freddie Hamdy , 4 Peter Stephens , 5 J Athene Lane , 1 Rollo Moore , 6 and Jenny ...

6.1 - What is an ecological study?

Results from an ecological study examining diet and sunlight as risks for prostate cancer mortality. Colli JL, Colli A. International comparison of prostate cancer mortality rates with dietary practices and sunlight levels. Urologic Oncology 2006:24;184-194.

Social ecological predictors of prostate-specific antigen ...

Social ecological predictors of prostate-specific antigen blood test and digital rectal examination in black American men. A physician's aggressive, positive engagement in shared decision-making, tailored social influences promoting prostate cancer prevention among black men, as well as institutional screening policy, has the potential to increase early detection and reduce morbidity among this group.

Ecological study of mortality by prostate and breast cancer ...

The proposed research is an ecological study to investigate the spatial distribution of the mortality rate from prostate and breast cancer in women, and seeks to determine the interaction degree between the disease and the variables, and whether a dependency effect between regions exists.

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Association between environmental quality and prostate cancer ...

Background: Prostate cancer (PC) etiology is up to 57% heritable, with the remainder attributed to environmental exposures. There are limited studies regarding national level environmental exposures and PC aggressiveness, which was the focus of this study METHODS: SEER was queried to identify PC cases between 2010 and 2014.

6.1 - What is an ecological study? | STAT 507

Results from an ecological study examining diet and sunlight as risks for prostate cancer mortality. Colli JL, Colli A. International comparison of prostate cancer mortality rates with dietary practices and sunlight levels. Urologic Oncology 2006:24;184-194.