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Population‐based registries are a means of monitoring cancer case survival, treatment outcomes, and time trends at the community level and for individual clinicians. Such registries are less likely to face the selection bias, small numbers of cases, and loss to follow‐up that commonly apply in...
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The dramatic reduction in the morbidity and mortality rates for the common preventable infections, which are usually seen in children, and for which preventive immunisation is available, has lulled the public and the medical profession into a false sense of security. Whilst rates of immunisation...
A television series on quitting smoking was incorporated into a weeknightly current affairs program. The series produced 30,324 written requests for quit kits. Problems in estimating the quit rate for the program are discussed and a range of 4109–5482 is given as the number likely to have quit...
In both New Zealand and Australia the 1970s was a period of rapid escalation in health costs, and modest increases in utilisation, set against a background, particularly in the later years, of economic downturn and restrictions in government spending. As a consequence total expenditure on health...
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