General survey of intertumor linkages that connect the chronological changes of age-adjusted incidence rates of 13 neoplasia types from l975 to l993 in Japan
Topological transition of the parametric expression site of tumor suppressor inactivation as a marker evidence of environmental hormone-oriented cancer risk increase.
Relation between the changes of oncogene versus tumor suppressor gene interaction and the transition of cancer risk from female dominance through no sex discrimination to male dominance, as investigated by the reciprocal regression analysis of 5 human neoplasias.
Parallel comparison of chronological risk changes among cancers of the breast, the uterine cervix and the stomach, as tested in 9 female populations of the world from early 1960s to mid 1980s: A stochastic study
Further analysis of the relationship between the epidemiological and hormonal aspects of 6 human neoplasias with special emphasis on the presentation of the topological features of oncogene activation tumor suppressor gene inactivation of individual neoplasias