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Chen, W.Q., Liang, D., Zhang, S.W., Zheng, R.S. and He, Y.T. (2013) Pancreatic Cancer Incidence and Mortality Patterns in China, 2009. Asian Pacific Journal of Cancer Prevention, 14, 7321.
https://doi.org/10.7314/APJCP.2013.14.12.7321

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  • TITLE: The Description of Pancreatic Cancer Death in Inner Mongolia 2008-2014

    AUTHORS: Xiaoyan Zhang, Ying Shi, Changqing Sun, Lei Guo, Hairong Zhang, Zhiyun Zhou, Dan Wang, Jing Yan, Linlin Dong, Qingxia Wang, Yueling Hu, Juan Sun

    KEYWORDS: Pancreatic Cancer, Multiple Factor Analysis, PYLL, AYLL

    JOURNAL NAME: Open Journal of Epidemiology, Vol.7 No.2, April 28, 2017

    ABSTRACT: Objective: The study aimed to assess the characteristics of pancreatic cancer deaths and the relationship between socio-demographic status and mortality risk of pancreatic cancer in Inner Mongolia. Method: We obtained our data for 2008-2014 from the Death Registry System of Inner Mongolia. We calculated the mortality rate, potential years of life lost (PYLL) and average years of life lost (AYLL) for men and women. We collected socio-demographic characteristics including education level, ethnicity, region, and occupation. Logistic regression models were employed to analyze risk factors of pancreatic cancer. Results: The average mortality rate of pancreatic cancer was 4.42/100,000 in Inner Mongolia during 2008 to 2014. Mortality rate in men was higher in all age groups compared with those in women. The highest mortality rate was 1.3 times than the lowest mortality rate for men and 1.6 times for women during seven years. Average AYLL in women were more than 3.4 years compared with that in men. PYLLR in women was fluctuated from 0.41 to 0.63 per thousand during 2008 to 2014. In eastern region, no occupation and high education level had a higher risk of pancreatic cancer. Conclusion: In Inner Mongolia, the mortality rate associated with pancreatic cancer was higher in men compared with in women. More than 65 years old groups had high death risk for pancreatic cancer. Average years of life lost for women were significantly higher than that for men. We should pay more attention to the older men.