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Trends in mortality from Hodgkin's disease in western and eastern Europe.
British Journal of Cancer
Hodgkin's disease mortality rates steadily declined by about 75% between the late 1960's and the late 1990's in the current European Union countries and the USA, and Japan. Eastern European countries, however, showed only an approximately 40% decline between the late 1960's and the early 1990's, and no further fall thereafter.
Adolescent, Adult, Age Factors, Europe, Female, Hodgkin Disease/mortality, Humans, Male, Time Factors
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