Includes bibliographical references (p. 10-12).
|Statement||authors, Celan J. Alo, Connie Austin, Holly L. Howe.|
|Series||Epidemiologic report series ;, 97:3|
|Contributions||Austin, Connie, Howe, Holly L., Illinois. Dept. of Public Health.|
|LC Classifications||RC280.B6 A46 1997|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||20 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||20|
|LC Control Number||97195801|
Case-control study of multiple myeloma and farming. Br J Cancer. Sep; 54 (3)– [PMC free article] Turesson I, Zettervall O, Cuzick J, Waldenstrom JG, Velez R. Comparison of trends in the incidence of multiple myeloma Cited by: Alo, CJ, et al, "A Case-control Study of Multiple Myeloma in Decatur, Illinois", (PDF with full text of study) Abstract: Background: A cancer cluster investigation that was conducted in ZIP code of the city of Decatur in Macon County, Illinois, showed a statistically significant excess of multiple myeloma . Multiple Myeloma. Question-If a patient had a BMBx with File Size: 1MB. Find doctors who treat Multiple Myeloma in Illinois. Multiple Myeloma. Cancer that develops in the plasma cells, a type of white blood cell that forms in the bone marrow and produces antibodies, is called multiple myeloma.
This report discusses results of the case-control study of multiple myeloma to determine whether cases, who were residents of Decatur, Illinois, were more likely to have worked in an industry or occupation whose exposures are associated with the development of multiple myeloma and whether cases were more likely to have been long-term residents of the city of Decatur, Illinois. A total of 50 previously untreated cases with biclonal myeloma and 50 matched controls with monoclonal myeloma were included in this study. The controls were matched () for age, . Multiple myeloma 1. Multiple Myeloma Dr Harpreet Singh Bhatia DMCH, Ludhiana,Punjab 2. 2 Cancer of plasma cells. Malignanat B cell lymphoproliferative disorder of the marrow with plasma cell predominating. Most common primary malignancy of bone. Plasma cells come from B lymphocytes, and produce antibodies (immunoglobulins). Myeloma . Multiple myeloma, typically characterized by the accumulation of clonal plasma cells in multiple sites of the bone marrow, is the second most common hematologic malignancy with an .
Study design. This is an extension of a study that quantified the risk of multiple myeloma from symptoms reported in primary care using records from the Clinical Practice Research Datalink (CRPD). 9 Briefly, the study Cited by: To determine whether cases, who were residents of Decatur, Illinois, were more likely to have worked in an industry or occupation whose exposures are associated with the development of multiple myeloma and whether cases were more likely to have been long-term residents of the city of Decatur, Illinois, a case-control study . Pergamon EuropeanIburnal of Canter Vol, 30A, No. 4, pp. , Elsevier Science Ltd Printed in Great Britain /94 $+ (93)E Case-Control Studies of Cancer in Illinois Farmers Using Data From the Illinois State Cancer Registry and the U.S. Census of Agriculture J.E. Keller and H.L. Howe A series of case-control studies Cited by: Lifetime job histories from a population-based, case-control study were analyzed to investigate the relationship between multiple myeloma and employment in various occupations and Cited by: