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for the puposes of data protection legislation, data is information which is being processed by means of equipment operating automatically in response to instructions given for that purpose, is recorded with the intention that it should be processed by means of such equipment, or is recorded as part of a relevant filing system or with the intention that it should form part of a relevant filing system. It need not be held on a computer.
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In addition, as incidence and survival of pediatric ALL increase (1), public health professionals can use recent ALL incidence data to improve local cancer survivorship programs that address chronic disease management, screen for late effects, and provide resources to help patients maintain a high quality of life (10).
Except for the report of Nordland, other studies had illustrated the incidence data in the form of figures.
Systematic Literature Review for iNTS Incidence Data
Data source: Modeling based on fracture incidence data and medication surgical, and aftercare cost data drawn from literature review and publicly available Medicare databases
Incidence data do not provide a homogeneous time series because of changes in reporting requirements, changes in population demographics, and the introduction of new diagnostic tests.
The Iraqi regime will continue to exploit disease incidence data for its own political purposes."
Comparisons between various jobs are made by converting the incidence data into incidence rates or the percentage of workers experiencing the disorder.
Analysis of the above incidence data reveals that .0018% of newly diagnosed cancer patients progressed to a planning stage in the VR system.
Though incidence data are still largely anecdotal, the disease seems to be most common in large East Coast cities and in California, and least common in the Mid-west, according to Peterson.
Collecting disease surveillance data traditionally requires a huge infrastructure to gather and analyze disease incidence data from all healthcare facilities in a country or region.
Consumer group representatives brought up a lack of credible, publicly available critical illness insurance incidence data recently in comments asking state insurance regulators to study whether critical illness insurance products serve a valid purpose.