2016
DOI: 10.18764/2178-2865.v20n1p35-50
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A Transição Da Mortalidade Por Cânceres No Brasil E a Tomada De Decisão Estratégica Nas Políticas Públicas De Saúde Da Mulher

Abstract: A TRANSIÇÃO DA MORTALIDADE POR CÂNCERES NO BRASIL E A TOMADA DE DECISÃO ESTRATÉGICA NAS POLÍTICAS PÚBLICAS DE SAÚDE DA MULHERResumo: Este artigo tem por objetivo descrever a evolução da transição da mortalidade por cânceres de mama e colo do útero no Brasil em relação ao desenvolvimento socioeconômico. Foram obtidos dados de mortalidade por câncer de mama e de colo do útero no Brasil para um período de 20 anos, correspondente a um intervalo bicensitário. Os óbitos foram corrigidos e as taxas padronizadas. Além… Show more

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“…A transition to cancer has been confirmed by some studies in Brazil [17][18]35,44]. There is an upward temporal trend in stomach cancer mortality in the North and Northeast regions, and a downward trend in more developed regions [44]; however, a positive correlation is observed between the human development index (HDI) value and breast cancer mortality, while there was a negative correlation between this indicator and cervical cancer mortality [20,36].…”
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confidence: 78%
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“…A transition to cancer has been confirmed by some studies in Brazil [17][18]35,44]. There is an upward temporal trend in stomach cancer mortality in the North and Northeast regions, and a downward trend in more developed regions [44]; however, a positive correlation is observed between the human development index (HDI) value and breast cancer mortality, while there was a negative correlation between this indicator and cervical cancer mortality [20,36].…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 78%
“…Studies have shown that regions with low socioeconomic development have higher rates of cancer incidence and mortality associated with infection [1,5]. In this context, in Brazil, there was a positive correlation between cervical cancer mortality and the municipalities with the worst socioeconomic indicators [36]. Thus, in the present study we analyzed whether there was a reduction in the risk of death from cervical cancer in the Northeast states, in the periods after the implementation of PNCC, especially in the younger cohorts, which present greater cervical cancer screening and access to health services.…”
Section: Study Design and Populationmentioning
confidence: 95%
“…This way, the epidemiological transition was more pronounced, with a progressive increase in incidence and mortality rates of chronic non-transmissible diseases, among these, cancer. The North and Northeast regions also present epidemiological transition processes, but these are characterized by superposition rather than substitution, with high morbidity burden due to transmissible diseases and external causes [ 28 29 ]. The cancer transition defended by Bray et al (2012) [ 30 ] was observed herein, where locations with lower human development indices are more exposed to cancers associated with infections (cervical, liver, non-Hodgkin lymphoma, among others) while regions with higher human development indices are associated with lifestyle and habit-related cancers.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…país, utilizou como exemplos os casos do câncer de mama e de colo do útero, e apontou que maiores taxas por câncer de mama são observadas nas localidades com maior desenvolvimento socioeconômico, e nas regiões menos desenvolvidas maiores taxas de mortalidade por câncer do colo do útero são registradas 27 .…”
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