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Patterns, change in occurrence, causative risk factors, and control strategy for cancer of each site in Japanese populations were studied by applying standard methods and techniques of biostatistics and epidemiology. As the results, cancers in Japan were classified into two groups: one on the decrease (stomach, cervix) and the other on the increase (lung, colon, pancreas, Vreast, prostate, urinary organs, leukemia). Analysis of vital statistics, national nutrition survey data, and on-goingdoi:10.2307/3428997 fatcat:qhtinrec6vbbndfezetbtosvoy