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Table 2 Age-standardised incidence rates of the populations of Tomsk and Münster (from age 0)

From: A cross-national perspective of migration and cancer: incidence of five major cancer types among resettlers from the former Soviet Union in Germany and ethnic Germans in Russia

  Tomsk population Münster population
2004–2008 2009–2013 2004–2008 2009–2013
ASR (95% CI) ASR (95% CI) ASR (95% CI) ASR (95% CI)
Cancer Sex  
Stomach cancer Female 12.2 (11.1–13.4) 11.8 (10.8–13.0) 6.4 (6.0–6.9) 5.9 (5.4–6.3)
Male 28.4 (26.4–30.6) 24.9 (23.1–26.9) 12.7 (12.1–13.4) 11.4 (10.8–12.1)
Colorectal cancer Female 19.8 (18.5–21.4) 21.6 (20.3–23.1) 32.4 (31.4–33.4) 29.0 (28.0–30.0)
Male 25.4 (23.5–27.5) 29.4 (27.4–31.6) 47.8 (46.5–49.1) 43.5 (42.3–44.7)
Lung cancer Female 8.5 (7.6–9.5) 8.6 (7.7–9.6) 20.0 (19.2–20.9) 24.3 (23.4–25.3)
Male 59.3 (56.4–62.4) 58.5 (55.7–61.4) 54.6 (53.2–56.1) 51.4 (50.1–52.7)
Breast cancer Female 39.5 (37.4–41.6) 45.9 (43.8–48.2) 93.1 (91.2–95.0) 93.9 (92.0–95.8)
Prostate cancer Male 25.9 (23.9–28.0) 42.0 (39.6–44.6) 84.5 (82.8–86.3) 80.1 (78.4–81.7)