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Gynaecologic Cancer Incidence, Kingston and St Andrew, Jamaica, 1973-1997, and Gynaecologic Cancer Mortality, Jamaica, 1999

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e-Published: 28 Aug, 2012

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Clinicopathologic Features of Breast Disease in Jamaica: Findings of The Jamaican Breast Disease Study, 2000–2002

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90–4
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The majority of patients presenting with breast disease at the University Hospital of the West Indies are young women with clinically benign disease. A low prevalence of clinically significant premalignant disease supports the need for improved breast cancer screening in the population.

 

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Objective: To describe the clinicopathologic profile of breast disease in Jamaica.

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e-Published: 18 Jul, 2013

Trends in Incidence and Histological Subtypes of Lung Cancer, Kingston and St Andrew, Jamaica, 1968–1997

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13–18
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A 30-year review of lung cancers from Kingston and St Andrew, Jamaica, shows a progressive shift in the distribution of histological subtypes, mirroring similar trends that have been documented worldwide.

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e-Published: 06 Jun, 2013
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