PREVALENCE AND INCIDENCE OF HORMONAL-RELATED CANCERS (HRCs) IN RURAL SASKATCHEWAN: THE SASKATCHEWAN RURAL HEALTH STUDY
Khan, Amal Saleem
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DegreeMaster of Science (M.Sc.)
DepartmentCommunity Health and Epidemiology
ProgramCommunity and Population Health Science
CommitteeAhmed, Shahid; Engler-Stringer, Rachel; Zaidi, Adnan; Huq, Mobinul
Copyright DateApril 2020
Hormone related cancers, Hormonal-related cancers, HRCs, Breast cancer, Prostate cancer, Crude Prevalence, Adjusted Prevalence, Risk factors, Cumulative Incidence, Rural Saskatchewan, farm and non farm, Saskatchewan rural residents.
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