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Accuracy of diagnosis of cancer among autopsy cases japanese national institute of health atomic bomb casualty commission population for hiroshima and nagasaki japan



Accuracy of diagnosis of cancer among autopsy cases japanese national institute of health atomic bomb casualty commission population for hiroshima and nagasaki japan



Gann 67(5): 625-632



The accuracy of death certificate diagnoses of cancer in the fixed population of about 100,000 samples in Hiroshima and Nagasaki, Japan, was determined for the period of 1961-1970 by comparison with autopsy findings.

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