Vol.59, No.2 (2011) Contents

Vol.59, No.2

PagesTitle/Author(s)
Special Topic: Cancer Statistics and Data Analysis
161-163 On the Special Topic "Cancer Statistics and Data Analysis"
Ken-ichi KAMO
163-172 Current Status and Future Direction of Cancer Statistics in Japan
Tomotaka SOBUE
173-180 Overview of the Mathematical Models Used for Cancer Statistics in the United States of America
Kota KATANODA
181-192 Application of Transition Models to Cancer Mortality Data
Shuichi MIDORIKAWA and Etsuo MIYAOKA
193-203 Trends in Cancer Incidence in Japan from 1975-2005
Dongmei QIU, Ken-ichi KAMO and Naoko SAKAMOTO
205-215 Statistical Analysis of Time Trend in Cancer Mortality Using Time Varying Coefficient
Tetsuji TONDA, Kenichi SATOH, Teruyuki NAKAYAMA, Kota KATANODA, Tomotaka SOBUE and Megu OHTAKI
217-237 Cancer Mortality Risk Visualization on Age-period Plane
Ken-ichi KAMO, Tetsuji TONDA and Kenichi SATOH
239-265 Evaluating Socio-economic Inequalities in Cancer Mortality by Using Areal Statistics in Japan: A Note on the Relation between Municipal Cancer Mortality and Areal Deprivation Index
Tomoki NAKAYA
267-286 Measuring Reduction in Cancer Risk Following Successful Control of an Infectious Disease
Hiroshi NISHIURA and Hisashi INABA
287-300 Estimation of 'Cure' Fraction for Cancer Patients Using Population-based Cancer Registry Data
Yuri ITO and Tomoyuki SUGIMOTO

301-319 Effects of Learning Mathematics on Grades in Economics : A Control Function Approach for Estimation and Pretesting
Shigeki KANO, Shingo TAKAGI and Yasutomo MURASAWA
321-329 Upper Bounds on Total Variation Distance by DeRobertis Separation
Kei KOBAYASHI

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