Abelardo Meneses García

  • 05/04/2017
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Data was obtained from the National Institute of Statistics, Geography and Informatics  for deaths by LC from 1999–2001 The annual mortality mean rate was established for each of the 32 Mexican Republic States. The "world standard population" was used. AMMR was standardized by age (SRA) through direct method, and the standard error was calculated by Poisson approximation with a 95% reliability interval. Excess of mortality risk was calculated from standardized mortality ratios 

The highest mortality rates by LC were seen in the north of Mexico for both sexes, restricted to women in the central area. Although tobacco is the main risk factor for LC, other factors, such as environmental pollution or exposure to toxic substances, may be associated with this cancer. The cities with the highest rate of air pollution are found in states in northern and central Mexico (according to monitoring from 1994 to 2001). According to the Histopathologic Register of Malign Tumors (HRMT), years potentially lost by LC for both sexes were 258,550 for men and 133,315 for women, or a total of 391,865. Studies focused on characterizing and measuring polluting agents will be the first step to establish any contribution to lung cancer

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