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Ernährung und Dickdarmkarzinom — Eine epidemiologische Betrachtung

  • H. Boeing
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Zusammenfassung

Vermutlich haben Umwelt und Lebensweise einen wesentlichen Einfluß auf das Krebsgeschehen beim Menschen (Doli u. Peto 1981). Regionale Differenzen, zeitliche Trends im Auftreten bestimmter Krebslokalisationen sowie Angleichungsprozesse von Emigrantenbevölkerungen an die Krebsinzidenz und -mortalität im Gastland begründen eine solche Sichtweise. In Veröffentlichungen über die regionale Verteilung und zeitliche Entwicklung der Inzidenz und Mortalität des Dickdarmkarzinoms wird erkennbar, daß insbesondere in den westlichen Ländern bzw. Ländern, die sich dem westlichen Lebensstil angepaßt haben, die Inzidenz des Dickdarmkarzinoms vergleichsweise hoch und z.T. noch im Steigen begriffen ist (Schottenfeld u. Winawer 1982). In der Bundesrepublik flachte der in den 60er und 70er Jahren beobachtete altersbereinigte Anstieg der Dickdarmkarzinomraten um 1980 ab. Seitdem weist insbesondere die Mortalität eine fallende Tendenz auf (Statistisches Amt des Saarlandes 1987; N. Becker, persönl. Mitteilung 1988).

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