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Table 2 PAF and number of cancer cases and cancer deaths a attributable to alcohol consumption, Korea, 2009

From: Attributable fraction of alcohol consumption on cancer using population-based nationwide cancer incidence and mortality data in the Republic of Korea

Cancer site (ICD-10 code) Men Women
PAF No. of cases Alcohol -related cases PAF No. of deaths Alcohol -related deaths PAF No. of cases Alcohol -related cases PAF No. of deaths Alcohol -related deaths
Oral cavity (C00-C09) 29.3 1,128 330 24.0 397 95 2.3 512 12 1.8 153 3
Pharynx (C10-C14)b 43.3 703 304 24.0 368 88 3.7 114 4 1.8 55 1
Esophagus (C15) 8.6 1,947 167 20.4 1,297 264 0.6 175 1 1.5 109 2
Colon (C18) 8.6 7,886 676 4.4 2,206 96 4.2 4,643 236 0.3 1,978 6
Rectum (C20)c 8.6 7,063 605 4.4 1,722 75 4.2 3,458 178 0.3 1,142 3
Liver (C22) 4.4 11,663 508 6.5 8,422 545 0.3 3,539 12 0.5 2,814 13
Larynx (C32) 25.8 1,071 276 18.5 382 71 2.0 56 1 1.4 1,878 1
Female breast (C50) - - -   - - 0.2 11,536 20 0.2 395 3
Total   96,826 2,866   43,658 1,234   91,068 464   25,773 32
% of all cancers   3.0    2.8    0.5    0.1
  1. Notes: aCases and deaths are from adults (aged 20 years and older). bUsing relative risk of oral cavity. cUsing relative risk of colon.
  2. Abbreviations: ICD International Classification of Diseases, PAF population attributable fraction.