Global prevalence and incidence

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  • Document presentation of content: Global prevalence and incidence, HCC risk factors, primary care, cascades—a resource-sensitive approach, primary HCC prevention, secondary HCC prevention—surveillance, secondary HCC prevention—surveillance, tertiary HCC prevention—recurrence.

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  • Document presentation of content: Introduction, diagnosis of IBS, evaluation of IBS, management of IBS, IBS subclassification, global prevalence and incidence, other observations on IBS epidemiology, psychological assessment, physical examination.

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  • Challenges for the global response to hiv. This progress, however, is fragile and unevenly distributed. HIV incidence is increasing in some countries and regions, and too many new infections are still occurring: 2.6 million in 2009 alone, contributing to the current global prevalence of 33.3 million. 3 Although much reduced from their peak in 1999, new infections continue to outpace the number of people placed on treatment. Most people in need still do not have access to antiretroviral therapy, and demand is growing.

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  • In addition to incidence figures, population-based cancer registries that conduct adequate follow-up of their patients are able to estimate the preva- lence of cancer. Prevalence figures give an indication of the burden of the dis- ease in the community. Cancer registries generally assume that once diag- nosed with cancer, an individual remains a prevalent case until death. Thus, prevalence may be estimated from data on incidence and survival.

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  • Tuberculosis (TB) is an infectious disease caused by the bacteria Mycobacterium tuberculosis.TB is a major disease burden globally. In 2006 it was estimated that there was 9.2 million incident cases, and among these 0.7 million cases were HIV-positive. The HIV prevalence in TB patients is less than 1% in the Western Pacific but 22% in Africa, however, in countries with the highest HIV prevalence; more than 75% of cases of TB are HIV-associated.

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