Cancer registrations in Kingston and St Andrew
(1998–2002) have revealed that the leading cancers in
males and females are prostate and breast, respectively.
Colon cancer exhibits a high incidence in both
genders, underscoring the need for local screening
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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.