US Breast Cancer Mortality Maps 1970-94 - articles and maps
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National Cancer Institute, Orenstein, Carmi; Stewart, Mari
1970-94 US Breast Cancer NCI Morality Maps. These articles and four national maps of breast cancer mortality in white and black females (for two age ranges) were developed by BCERF based on data from National Cancer Institute (NCI). In 1999 the NCI released their Atlas of Cancer Mortality in the United States, 1950-94. These maps are based on this data and the interactive NCI web site that was available in 2002.
New York State Department of Health and Department of Environmental Conservation
Cornell University Program on Breast Cancer and Environmental Risk Factors
breast cancer; map; mortality rates; United States; Atlas of Cancer Mortality; National Cancer Institute; female; white; black
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