Ingrid Salciccioli
Harvard University
DemographyMortality rateCervical cancerCervical screeningPopulationCause of deathMass screeningJoinpoint regressionScreening programsMedicine
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#1Ingrid Salciccioli (Harvard University)
#2Charlie D. Zhou (Harvard University)
Last. Dominic C. Marshall (John Radcliffe Hospital)H-Index: 16
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BACKGROUND Cervical cancer is the fourth leading oncological cause of death in women. Variable trends in cervical cancer mortality have been observed across Europe, despite the widespread adoption of screening programs. This variability has previously been attributed to heterogeneity in the quality of screening programs. METHODS Age-standardized cervical cancer death rates for European countries between 1985 and 2014 were analyzed using Joinpoint regression. Countries were dichotomized based on ...
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