Shifting tides: the rising tide of early-onset cancers demands attention

  • Hamilton A
  • Coleman H
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The epidemiological landscape of cancer incidence is changing. While increasing age remains a major non-modifiable risk factor for cancer, the incidence of early-onset cancers, largely accepted to be in adults aged under 50 years, is increasing. In addition, cancers historically perceived to be more

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Hamilton, A. C., & Coleman, H. G. (2023). Shifting tides: the rising tide of early-onset cancers demands attention. BMJ Oncology, 2(1), e000106. https://doi.org/10.1136/bmjonc-2023-000106

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