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Component Analysis of Esophageal Cancer Incidence in Kazakhstan

  • Igissinov, S. (Kazakh National Medical University named after SD Asfendiyarov) ;
  • Igissinov, N. (Central Asia Cancer Institute) ;
  • Moore, M.A. (APJCP Editorial Office) ;
  • Kozhakhmetov, S. (Central Asia Cancer Institute) ;
  • Igissinova, G. (Kazakh National Medical University named after SD Asfendiyarov) ;
  • Sarsenova, S. (Astana Medical University) ;
  • Aldiyarova, G. (Astana Medical University) ;
  • Bilyalova, Z. (Central Asia Cancer Institute) ;
  • Zhabagin, K. (State Medical University of Semey) ;
  • Manambayeva, Z. (State Medical University of Semey)
  • Published : 2013.03.30

Abstract

Esophageal cancer (EC) incidence rates in Kazakhstan were assessed by component analysis based on primary registered cases in 2001-2010. It was found that despite an apparent general decrease in the number of EC patients in Kazakhstan, a potential increase should be evaluated, due to changes in aging as well as the increase in population. Some problems of EC patients' registration were broached with an emphasis on the importance of the expected absolute number and reasons for undercounting in the country. Based on these, ways of improving the recording and registration of such patients in the country were suggested.

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