Bladder cancer incidence from APC model in a Taiwan (BFDEA excluded) and b black foot disease endemic area (BFDEA), by cohort and age group
We calculated the incidence of bladder cancer for different
birth cohorts in the BFDEA and Taiwan (Fig. 2).
The incidence trend in Taiwan (Fig. 2a) showed a small but
steady increase from the earlier cohorts to the later cohorts.
In contrast, the incidence in the BFDEA increased in the first 6
cohorts (from the 1909–1913 to the 1939–1943 cohort) while that for
the later two cohorts (1944–1953) dropped significantly
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