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Trends in cervical cancer in New Zealand

, : Trends in cervical cancer in New Zealand. New Zealand Medical Journal 99(812): 795-798

Analysis of mortality and incidence rates over a 30-year period discloses differing trends in the risk of cervical cancer in older and younger women. Age-specific rates have been declining in older women, but there has been a marked rise in incidence among women under 40.

Accession: 006839332

PMID: 3466084

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