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Cancer Trends Progress Report – 2009/2010 Update

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Figure Numbering Key
Appendices

Figures in the Cancer Trends Progress Report – 2009/2010 Update have been renumbered for easier association with the specific chapter and section in which they appear.  The first letter of the 3-letter code indicates the chapter, while the second and third letters represent the section.  Below is the key for figure numbering:

PREVENTION (P)
PSI – Age at Smoking Initiation
PYS – Youth Smoking
PAS – Adult Smoking
PQS – Quitting Smoking
PCA – Clinicians’ Advice to Quit Smoking
PMC – Medical Coverage of Tobacco
           Dependence Treatment
PFV – Fruit and Vegetable Consumption
PRM – Red Meat Consumption
PFC – Fat Consumption
PAC – Alcohol Consumption
PPA – Physical Activity
PWT – Weight
PSP – Sun Protection
PSS – Secondhand Smoke
PPE – Pesticides
PDI – Dioxins
PTC – Tobacco Company Marketing
          Expenditures

EARLY DETECTION (S)
SBR – Breast Cancer Screening
SCE – Cervical Cancer Screening
SCO – Colorectal Cancer Screening

DIAGNOSIS (D)
DIN – Incidence
DST – Stage at Diagnosis

TREATMENT (T)
TBL – Bladder Cancer Treatment
TBR – Breast Cancer Treatment
TCO – Colorectal Cancer Treatment
TKI – Kidney Cancer Treatment
TLU – Lung Cancer Treatment
TOV – Ovarian Cancer Treatment
TPR – Prostate Cancer Treatment

LIFE AFTER CANCER (L)
LCO – Costs of Cancer Care
LSU – Survival
LCS – Cancer Survivors and Smoking

END OF LIFE (E)
EMO – Mortality
EPY – Person-years of Life Lost

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