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  • Fabio Levi

    Prominent publications by Fabio Levi

    KOL Index score: 19127

    BACKGROUND: Persons infected with human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) have an increased risk for several cancers, but the influences of behavioral risk factors, such as smoking and intravenous drug use, and highly active antiretroviral therapy (HAART) on cancer risk are not clear.

    METHODS: Patient records were linked between the Swiss HIV Cohort Study and Swiss cantonal cancer registries. Observed and expected numbers of incident cancers were assessed in 7304 persons infected with HIV ...

    Also Ranks for: Cancer Risk |  highly active |  hiv cohort |  hodgkin lymphoma 95 |  antiretroviral therapy
    KOL Index score: 15192

    Data from the Cancer Registries of the Swiss Cantons of Vaud and Neuchâtel were analysed to examine possible associations between skin cancers (including basal cell carcinoma, BCC), non-Hodgkin's lymphomas (NHL) and chronic lymphocytic leukaemias (CLL). Between 1974 and 1993, 1767 cases of NHL, 351 of CLL, 1678 of cutaneous malignant melanoma (CMM), 4131 of squamous cell carcinoma (SCC) and 10575 of BCC were registered, and contributed to a total of 120103 person-years at risk. Following ...

    Also Ranks for: Skin Cancers |  nhl cll |  chronic lymphocytic |  scc 95 |  basal cell carcinoma
    KOL Index score: 15103

    BACKGROUND: Data and statistics on cancer mortality over the last decades are available for most developed countries, while they are more difficult to obtain, in a standardized and comparable format, for countries of Latin America.

    PATIENTS AND METHODS: Age standardized (world population) mortality rates around the year 2000, derived from the WHO database, are presented for 14 selected cancers and total cancer in 10 countries of Latin America, plus, for comparative purposes, Canada and ...

    Also Ranks for: Latin America |  cancer mortality |  argentina chile |  puerto rico |  aged canada
    KOL Index score: 13610

    BACKGROUND: In recent decades, there have been substantial changes in mortality from urologic cancers in Europe.

    OBJECTIVE: To provide updated information, we analyzed trends in mortality from cancer of the prostate, testis, bladder, and kidney in Europe from 1970 to 2008.

    DESIGN, SETTING, AND PARTICIPANTS: We derived data for 33 European countries from the World Health Organization database.

    MEASUREMENTS: We computed world-standardized mortality rates and used joinpoint regression to ...

    Also Ranks for: Urologic Cancers |  trends mortality |  western northern europe |  cancer declined |  joinpoint regression
    KOL Index score: 12643

    BACKGROUND: Cancer mortality statistics for 2015 were projected from the most recent available data for the European Union (EU) and its six more populous countries. Prostate cancer was analysed in detail.

    PATIENTS AND METHODS: Population and death certification data from stomach, colorectum, pancreas, lung, breast, uterus, prostate, leukaemias and total cancers were obtained from the World Health Organisation database and Eurostat. Figures were derived for the EU, France, Germany, Italy, ...

    Also Ranks for: Cancer Mortality |  lung breast |  european union |  death rate |  child child
    KOL Index score: 12391

    BACKGROUND: Lung cancer mortality in men has been declining since the late 1980s in most European countries. In women, although rates are still appreciably lower than those for men, steady upward trends have been observed in most countries. To quantify the current and future lung cancer epidemic in European women, trends in lung cancer mortality in women over the last four decades were analyzed, with specific focus on the young.

    PATIENTS AND METHODS: Age-standardized (world standard) ...

    Also Ranks for: European Women |  lung cancer mortality |  europe female humans |  late 1980s |  joinpoint regression analysis
    KOL Index score: 12366

    BACKGROUND: After a peak in the late 1980s, cancer mortality in Europe has declined by ~10% in both sexes up to the early 2000s. We provide an up-to-date picture of patterns and trends in mortality from major cancers in Europe.

    METHODS: We analyzed cancer mortality data from the World Health Organization for 25 cancer sites and 34 European countries (plus the European Union, EU) in 2005-2009. We computed age-standardized rates (per 100,000 person-years) using the world standard ...

    Also Ranks for: Cancer Mortality |  early 2000s |  late 1980s |  european union |  health organization
    KOL Index score: 12286

    Time trends in incidence of in situ carcinoma of the breast over the period of 1977-1994 were analysed by histological type and age group, using data from the Cancer Registry of the Swiss Canton of Vaud, covering a population of approximately 295,000 women in 1990. Overall, 399 women with carcinoma in situ of the breast were registered. Age-adjusted (on the world population) incidence rates increased from 2.1/100,000 women in 1977-1979 to 9.4 in 1992-1994 (4.5-fold increase), and the ...

    Also Ranks for: Situ Carcinoma |  incidence rates |  lobular female humans |  breast population |  cancer registry
    KOL Index score: 12213

    BACKGROUND: Only a few studies have explored the relation between coffee and tea intake and head and neck cancers, with inconsistent results.

    METHODS: We pooled individual-level data from nine case-control studies of head and neck cancers, including 5,139 cases and 9,028 controls. Logistic regression was used to estimate odds ratios (OR) and 95% confidence intervals (95% CI), adjusting for potential confounders.

    RESULTS: Caffeinated coffee intake was inversely related with the risk of ...

    Also Ranks for: Tea Intake |  neck cancer |  oral cavity |  international head |  studies coffee
    KOL Index score: 12171

    On the basis of overall national death certification data, it is not possible to analyse mortality from cervical cancer in Europe, since 20-65% of deaths from uterine cancer in largest countries are still certified as uterus, unspecified. We analysed, therefore, age-standardised death certification rates from uterine cancer between 1960 and 1998 in women aged 20-44 years, since most deaths from uterine cancer below the age of 45 years arise from the cervix. In all Western European ...

    Also Ranks for: Cervical Cancer Mortality |  young women |  uterine cancer |  eastern europe |  highest rates
    KOL Index score: 12122

    Carcinoma in situ (CIS) of the breast has increased many-fold in incidence rates and as a proportion of new breast cancers following the introduction of mammographic breast screening. To provide population-based estimates of invasive breast cancer risk following CIS, we linked data on 249 incident primary CIS (median age 53 years) to the Cancer Registry of the Swiss Canton of Vaud (about 600,000 inhabitants) over the period 1977-1994. Women with concurrent invasive cancers of the breast ...

    Also Ranks for: Situ Carcinoma |  cis breast |  women age |  cancer risk |  ductal lobular
    KOL Index score: 12030

    Data collected by the Cancer Registry of the Swiss Canton of Vaud (whose population in 1980 was about 530,000 inhabitants) were used to estimate the incidence of second metachronous primary cancers following any specific neoplasm. Among 34,615 cases of incident neoplasms registered between 1974 and 1989 and followed through integrated active follow-up to the end of 1989, for a total of 118,241 person-years at risk, there were 2,185 second primaries (1,280 males, 905 females). For both ...

    Also Ranks for: Oral Cavity |  cancer registry |  multiple primary |  elevated sirs |  skin melanoma
    KOL Index score: 11994

    The authors describe the incidence of new primary cancers among 4,639 cases of squamous cell skin cancer (SCC) diagnosed between 1974 and 1994 in the cancer registries of the Swiss cantons of Vaud and Neuchâtel (total person-years at risk = 23,152). Overall, 729 metachronous cancers were observed versus 527.6 expected, corresponding to a standardized incidence ratio (SIR) of 1.4 (95% confidence interval (CI) 1.3-1.5). After exclusion of skin cancers, however, 384 second primary neoplasms ...

    Also Ranks for: Cell Skin |  radiationinduced neoplasms |  cancer registries |  carcinoma squamous |  15 years
    KOL Index score: 11895

    Lung cancer mortality in young women in the European Union (EU) has steadily increased until the mid 1990 s and has levelled off thereafter, but trends have been heterogeneous in various countries. We analyzed therefore age-standardized trends in lung cancer mortality in young women (20-44) for the 6 major European countries, using joinpoint regression. In the early 1970s the highest lung cancer mortality in young women was in the UK (2.1/100,000). UK rates, however, steadily declined ...

    Also Ranks for: Lung Cancer |  young women |  european union |  early 1970s |  joinpoint regression
    KOL Index score: 11802

    Upward trends in incidence and mortality from primary liver cancer have been reported from Japan, the USA and a few European countries. Thus, we systematically reviewed trends in age-standardised death certification rates from primary liver cancer between 1970 and 1996 in 20 European countries providing data for the World Health Organisation database. Overall age-standardised (world population) mortality rates were approximately stable or showed no consistent trends in seven countries, ...

    Also Ranks for: Primary Liver Cancer |  trends mortality |  france italy |  european countries |  liver neoplasms


    Fabio Levi: Influence Statistics

    Sample of concepts for which Fabio Levi is among the top experts in the world.
    Concept World rank
    neoplasms switzerland #1
    anal carcinoma vaud #1
    situ carcinoma breast #1
    papillomaviridae vulvar neoplasms #1
    switzerland breast neoplasms #1
    unspecified histotypes #1
    swiss canton vaud #1
    trends suicide mortality #1
    declines mortality #1
    skin cancers bcc #1
    hungary czechoslovakia #1
    switzerland colorectal #1
    neoplasms prostate carcinoma #1
    period 1974 #1
    geneva health registries #1
    cis ductal #1
    hungary sri lanka #1
    highest rates #1
    screening centre invitation #1
    melanomatous #1
    leukaemias #1
    asia sri lanka #1
    bcc ionizing radiation #1
    swiss cancer #1
    cancers registered #1
    491 subjects #1
    adenocarcinoma incidence genders #1
    600000 inhabitants #1
    1449 women #1
    nhl 36 cases #1
    survey data period #1
    ductal cis #1
    female humans neuchâtel #1
    porportions #1
    increased europe #1
    kaposis sarcoma vaud #1
    birth cohort year #1
    1955 1989 #1
    organised versus #1
    decline levelling #1
    observed western #1
    cmm period #1
    reattendance rate #1
    excess skin cancers #1
    lucchini #1
    vaud #1
    steady declines #1
    switzerland survival #1
    nhl cmm #1
    eastern europe countries #1

    Key People For Cancer Mortality

    Top KOLs in the world
    Ahmedin M Jemal
    united states breast cancer addis ababa
    Freddie Ian Bray
    cancer incidence nordic countries mortality rates
    Jacques Ferlay
    cancer incidence global burden latin america
    Michael J Thun
    breast cancer united states physical activity
    Carlo La Vecchia
    breast cancer northern italy alcohol consumption
    Paolo L Boffetta
    lung cancer occupational exposure pooled analysis

    Fabio Levi:Expert Impact

    Concepts for whichFabio Levihas direct influence:Cancer mortality,  Breast cancer,  Colorectal cancer,  Cancer risk,  European union,  Endometrial cancer,  Thyroid cancer,  Swiss canton.

    Fabio Levi:KOL impact

    Concepts related to the work of other authors for whichfor which Fabio Levi has influence:Breast cancer,  Physical activity,  Hepatocellular carcinoma,  United states,  Squamous cell.



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    Department of Epidemiology and Health Services Research, Centre for Primary Care and Public Health (Unisanté), University of Lausanne, Lausanne, Switzerland. | Department of Epidemiology and Health Services Research, Center for Primary Care and Publi