Cancer mortality rates for Whites, Coloureds and Asians for the period 1949 - 1969 have been analysed, and a changing pattern has been found. Some comparisons with other countries have been made, and the risk for each race group has been delineated for cancers at the commonest sites.
Opperman, Johanna Alberta(University of Pretoria, 2005-07-26)
Please read the abstract in the section 00front of this document Please cite as follows: Opperman JA, 2002, Die emosionele belewenis van 'n beenmurgoorplanting : 'n Maatskaplike Werk perspektief, MA dissertation, University ...
Snyman, Leon C.; Dreyer, Greta; Botha, M.H.; Van der Merwe, F.H.; Becker, Piet J.(Health and Medical Publishing Group, 2015-02)
BACKGROUND : Cervical cancer is preventable, but still highly prevalent in South Africa (SA). Screening strategies in the country have been
ineffective, and new ways to prevent the disease are needed.
OBJECTIVES : To ...
Kruse, Vibeke; Cocquyt, Veronique; Borms, Marleen; Maes, Alex; Van de Wiele, Christophe(Springer, 2013-02)
When confronted with a suspicious rise in CA
15.3 in asymptomatic breast cancer patients following
primary treatment and negative or equivocal conventional
imaging findings, FDG PET/CT allows assessment of the
site and ...