Open Access Research article

Impact of organised cervical screening on cervical cancer incidence and mortality in migrant women in Australia

Nayyereh Aminisani123*, Bruce K Armstrong1, Sam Egger2 and Karen Canfell12

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1 School of Public Health, University of Sydney, Sydney, Australia

2 Cancer Council New South Wales, Sydney, Australia

3 Faculty of Health and Nutrition, Tabriz University of Medical Sciences, Tabriz, Iran

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BMC Cancer 2012, 12:491  doi:10.1186/1471-2407-12-491

Published: 23 October 2012

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Trends in age standardised hysterectomy rates by region of birth in NSW women, 1973–2008. Modelled and empirical rates using hysterectomy-corrected populations as denominators. Figure S2- Trends in age-adjusted cervical cancer incidence and mortality by broad age categories in NSW women, 1973–2008. Fig S2a All ages. Fig S2b ≤49 years of age. Fig S2c 50–69 years of age. Fig S2d 70+ years of age. Figure S3- Trends in agecorrected cervical cancer incidence and mortality in all ages by region of birth in NSW women, 1973–2008. Fig S3a Australia. Fig S3b UK& Ireland. Fig S3c New Zealand. Fig S3d Rest of Europe. Fig S3e Middle East and North Africa. Fig S3f Asia. Fig S3g Rest of the world.

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