Cancer Epidemiology

The epidemiology of cancer is the examination of the factors impacting growth, as a way to deal with construe conceivable patterns and causes. The examination of disease transmission uses epidemiological techniques to find the reason behind tumour and to perceive and make upgraded medications.

This region of concentrate must battle with issues of lead time tendency and length time inclination. Lead time inclination is the possibility that early examination may dishonestly extend the survival estimations of a tumour, without greatly upgrading the consistent history of the disease. Length tendency is the possibility that slower growing, more sluggish tumour will presumably be broke down by screening tests, be that as it may, changes in diagnosing more cases of dormant danger may not change over into better patient outcomes after the execution of screening programs. A related concern is an overdiagnosis, the inclination of screening tests to examine ailment that may not by any stretch of the imagination influence the patient's life expectancy.

 

  • Track 1-1 Genetic and molecular epidemiology
  • Track 2-2 Environmental Carcinogens
  • Track 3-3 Gene-Environment Interactions
  • Track 4-4 Cancer Etiology

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