This book focuses on public health and epidemiologic aspects of cancer, and explores the sources of information concerning the frequency of occurrence of human cancer. It describes statistical methods useful in studying problems arising in the field of cancer and its concurrent development.
Table of Contents
1. Assessing the Occurrence of Cancer in Human Populations 2. Statistical Evaluation of the Risk of Cancer Mortality among Industrial Populations 3. Statistics of Case-Control Studies 4. Methods of Survival Analysis 5. Time-Space Clustering of Disease 6. Statistical Methods for Genetic Studies of HLA and Cancer 7. Evaluation of Screening Programs for the Early Detection of Cancer 8. Models to Aid in Planning Cancer Screening Programs 9. The Analysis of Animal Carcinogenicity Experiments
Cornell, Richard G.