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It includes a 10-year epidemiological forecast for the diagnosed incident cases of RCC, segmented by age (at 20-year intervals, starting at age 20 years and ending at ages =80 years) and sex.
The Cancer Research UK-funded study found that Wilms' tumours diagnosed in the UK were one-anda-half times bigger than those diagnosed in Germany.
At the same time, there has been a rise in the number of people diagnosed following urgent referral to a specialist by their GP - known as the two-week wait.
Heterosexual women were the second most likely group to be diagnosed late, with 57% not finding out their HIV status until their CD4 count (or T-Cells involved in the immune system) is lower than 350 cells/mm3.
Beginning in 2006, a new social networks testing strategy encouraged MSM who were diagnosed recently with HIV to recruit MSM within their social networks for HIV testing.
Of the cancers listed in this activity, which type was diagnosed the most in 2009?
Of the cases diagnosed among MSM, 64% were in men aged 25-44 years.
Moreover, the UCSF study found that African-Americans were diagnosed faster--one year from onset of symptoms to diagnosis, versus two years from onset to diagnosis for white Americans.
There are about 115,000 children under age 5 in the entire San Fernando Valley, yet Tucker has found at least seven others in the Valley's far west end who have been diagnosed with the disease -- far more than statistics would predict.
Each of Ontario's 7 health regions had cases identified (Figure 1); 61% (n = 188) of the cases were diagnosed in the north region, and 21% (n = 66) were diagnosed in the Toronto region.
Such children are diagnosed with ADHD, Inattentive Type, and are often "missed" by doctors because they do not display signs of hyperactivity.
The IRS ruled that the children were attending the school principally to receive medical care in the form of special education in the years they were diagnosed as having a medical condition that hindered their ability to learn.