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From: Incidence, mortality, and temporal patterns of oropharyngeal cancer in China: a population-based study

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Age-specific incidence and mortality of oropharyngeal cancer (OPC) in China, 2008–2012. a The age-specific incidence increased remarkably from age 40–45, peaked at age 80–84 for both males and females, and decreased thereafter. The incidence in males was higher than that in females; the incidence in urban areas was higher than that in rural areas. b The age-specific mortality increased remarkably from age 40–45, peaked at age 80–84 for males and at age 85 and above for females. The mortality in males was higher than that in females; the mortality in urban areas was higher than that in rural areas

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