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[Full text] Incidence and Survival for Head and Neck Cancers in Estonia, 1996&ndas | CLEP – Dove Medical Press

Incidence and Survival for Head and Neck Cancers in Estonia, 1996–2016: A Population-Based Study

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Head and neck cancers (including cancers of the lip, mouth and pharynx, salivary glands, nasal cavity and sinuses, larynx, and thyroid) comprise around 8% of all incident cancers diagnosed in the world each year.1 The etiology of these cancers varies, and globally the incidence and mortality trends of head and neck cancers observed recently are rather diverse, due to differences in the prevalence of risk factors and diagnostic activities. Decreasing use of tobacco has brought along declining…

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