Cancer Mortality, Recent Trends And Perspectives

  • Dragana Nikšić Social Medicine Institute, Faculty of Medicine, University of Sarajevo
  • Amira Kurspahić-Mujičić Social Medicine Institute, Faculty of Medicine, University of Sarajevo
  • Aida Pilav Public Health Institute of Federation B&H
  • Haris Nikšić Bosnalijek
Keywords: cancer, mortality, trend

Abstract

Considering that a register for cancer was established in Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina only recently, basic reliable source for the analysis of cancer mortality trends are the data on death cases caused by such diseases. Lack of census as well as standardized mortalityrate data makes the study even more difficult to make. The aim of the study is the analysis of the malign diseases trend in the post-war period according to the available data. The study is the descriptive work on the analysis of the system using linear regression methods for expected trend for the total population and age group from 0 to 64 years. Registered rate of cancer mortality in Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina in 2004 was 142 per 100000 inhabitants, and indicates input stream in the analyzed period. Total increase in mortality of males and females is 2.5% per year. It is expected that in 2020 around 5000 inhabitants of Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina will die of some malign disease. Trend of mortality of malign diseases in males is higher than in females and more probable in older population. There is a tendency of mortality decrease in the group of 0-64 years of age. Mortality list of the most frequent locations of cancer has undergone changes. Liver cancer, colon cancer, sigma and rectum cancer as well as lung and breast cancer lead the list. Objective ageing of the population, technological drawbacks, insufficient primary and secondary prevention worsened by socio-economic life conditions will affect the increase in number of people with malign diseases in Bosnia and Herzegovina.

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Cancer Mortality, Recent Trends And Perspectives
Published
2006-11-20
How to Cite
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Nikšić D, Kurspahić-Mujičić A, Pilav A, Nikšić H. Cancer Mortality, Recent Trends And Perspectives. Bosn J of Basic Med Sci [Internet]. 2006Nov.20 [cited 2020Oct.1];6(4):67-1. Available from: https://www.bjbms.org/ojs/index.php/bjbms/article/view/3125
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Short Communication