Cancer Epidemiology

The epidemiology of cancer is the investigation of the variables influencing growth, as an approach to construe conceivable patterns and causes. The investigation of growth the study of disease transmission utilizes epidemiological strategies to discover the reason for tumor and to recognize and create enhanced medicines.

This region of study must fight with issues of lead time inclination and length time predisposition. Lead time predisposition is the idea that early analysis may falsely expand the survival measurements of a tumor, without extremely enhancing the regular history of the illness. Length inclination is the idea that slower developing, more sluggish tumor will probably be analyzed by screening tests, however, changes in diagnosing more instances of lethargic malignancy may not convert into better patient results after the execution of screening programs. A related concern is an overdiagnosis, the propensity of screening tests to analyze disease that may not really affect the patient's lifespan.

  • Track 1-1 Genetic and molecular epidemiology
  • Track 2-2 Environmental Carcinogens
  • Track 3-3 Gene-Environment Interactions
  • Track 4-4 Cancer Etiology

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