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Očekávané počty karcinomů štítné žlázy ve světě

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Title in English The worldvide expected numbers of thyroid cancers


Year of publication 2011
Type Article in Periodical
Magazine / Source Onkologie
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Faculty of Science

Field Earth magnetism, geography
Keywords thyroid cancers; new diseases and deaths; age distribution; expected numbers in selected regions of the world
Description Of the worldwide 213 179 new cases of thyroid cancer (TC) based in Globocan 2008 (IARC) are estimated 46.1 % cases in more developed and 53.9 % in less developed regions, 33 599 in the European Union and 934 in the Czech Republic in 2008; of the worldwide 35 383 deaths there were 27.3 % in more developed and 72.7 % in less developed regions, 3,581 in the European Union and 81 in the Czech Republic. In 2030 the expected new cases can reach more than 310 thousands of TC in the world, increased by 17.1 % in males and 7.1 % in females in more developed, by 58.7 % in males and 56.5 % in females in less developed regions, respectively by 14.1 % and 7.2 % in the European Union, by 20.4 % and 7.9 % in the Czech Republic. The worldwide new cases of TC were 3.3 times higher and deaths 2.2 times higher in females than in males. The Czech males and females reached 14th highest values by crude rate of TC among 184 countries, respectively 9th and 7th among 20 European countries in 2008.
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