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Cancer risk factors in Ontario

Includes bibliographical references. 'Cancer Risk Factors in Ontario: Alcohol is the third report in our Cancer Risk Factors in Ontario series. It follows the January 2014 release of Cancer Risk Factors in Ontario: Tobacco, which provided information on tobacco use in Ontario as it relates to cancer, and estimated the smoking-related cancer risk in the population. The first report, Cancer Risk Factors in Ontario: Evidence Summary, reviewed the epidemiologic evidence for a wide range of cancer risk factors.

Cancer risk factors in Ontario

'This report extends the work of Cancer Risk Factors in Ontario : Evidence Summary by providing information on the prevalence and distribution of tobacco use and cessation in Ontario. It uniquely examines tobacco smoking, smoking cessation and second-hand smoke exposure from a cancer perspective, including estimates of the tobacco smoking-associated cancer burden in the Ontario population'--Forward. Archived by the Ontario Legislative Library: Jan. 27, 2014.

Cancer screening

Slide presentation. Issued also in French under title: Le dépistage du cancer : ce que vous devez savoir. Subject(s): Medical screening - Ontario, Cancer - Diagnosis - Ontario, Cancer - Ontario - Prevention. Archived by Library: Sept. 7, 2006.

Cancers in young people different from those in adults

At head of title: Ontario cancer facts Includes bibliographical references. 'When it comes to cancer type, age matters. From 2005-2009, more than 60% of childhood cancers consisted of leukemia, brain cancers and lymphomas, whereas the most common cancers in adolescents and young adults aged 15 to 29 were thyroid cancer, testicular cancer, lymphomas and melanoma. These cancers were quite different from those in adults aged 30+ who mostly had prostate, breast, lung and colorectal cancers'--P. 1. Archived by the Ontario Legislative Library: Nov. 18, 2013.

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