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IARC Biennial Reports


2013; 179 pages
ISBN 978-92-832-0430-5
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IARC Biennial Report 2012-2013

This Biennial Report of the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) provides a summary of the activities of the Agency during the 2012-2013 biennium. These activities span research areas including descriptive epidemiology, cancer registration and analysis of data on cancer occurrence and trends, basic research into the genetic and molecular aspects of cancer development, pathogenesis, and prevention studies. This report demonstrates the high scientific quality of the work emanating from the Agency and the direct relevance of the findings to cancer control and prevention.



2011; 221 pages
ISBN 978-92-832-0427-5
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IARC Biennial Report 2010-2011

The Biennial Report of the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) provides a summary of the activities of the Agency during the 2010/2011 biennium.

This new report describes the various activities led by the Agency’s scientists, following the Medium-Term Strategy for 2010-2014. These activities span research areas from descriptive epidemiology to cancer registration and analysis of data on cancer occurrence and trends, to basic research into the genetic and molecular aspects of cancer development to pathogenesis and prevention studies.

This Report also contains details of the staff and organization of IARC and its activities, as well as a complete list of publications and articles authored by its scientists and their collaborators during the biennium.



2009; 170 pages
ISBN-13 9789283204251
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IARC Biennial Report 2008-2009

The Biennial Report of the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) provides a summary of the activities of the Agency during the 2008/2009 biennium.

Most of these activities involve collaborative projects with scientists in institutes throughout the world, covering topics ranging from descriptive epidemiology and biostatistics, cancer registration and analysis of data on cancer occurrence, to basic research on genetic and molecular aspects of cancer development to pathogenesis and prevention studies. Profusely illustrated, the Report also contains details of the personnel and organization of IARC and its activities, as well as a complete list of over 500 publications and articles authored by its scientists and their collaborators during the biennium.