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    Shimkin MB: Cancer of the breast. JAMA 183: 358361, 1963.
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    Ferber B, et al: Cancer in New York State, Exclusive of New York City, 1941–1960: A Review of Incidence, Mortality, Probability, and Survivorship. Bureau of Cancer Control, New York State Department of Health, Albany, 1962, p 357.
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    Cutler SJ, et al: Survival of breast cancer patients in Connecticut, 1935–54. J Nat Cancer Inst 23: 11371156, 1959.
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    Bragg K, Linden G, Breslow L: The California Tumor Registry: A summary report on the cancer experience in 36 hospitals. Calif Med 87: 180188, 1957.
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    Ederer F, et al: Causes of death among long-term survivors from breast cancer in Connecticut. J Nat Cancer Inst 30: 933947, 1963.
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    Day E, Venet L: Periodic cancer detection examinations as a cancer control measure, in Proceedings, Fourth National Cancer Conference. Philadelphia, JB Lippincott, 1961, pp 705707.
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    Shahon DB, Santoro BT, Wagensteen OW: Periodic examinations of the breast, in Proceedings, 4th National Cancer Conference. Philadelphia, JB Lippincott, 1961, pp 225227.
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    Holleb AI, et al: Breast cancer detected by routine physical examination. New York J Med 60: 823827, 1960.
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    Vital Statistics of the United States. National Center for Health Statistics, Public Health Service, 1935–1963.
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    Gershon-Cohen J, Hermel MB, Berger SM: Detection of breast cancer by periodic x-ray examinations. JAMA 176: 11141116, 1961.
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    Egan RL: Mammography, an aid to diagnosis of breast carcinoma. JAMA 182: 839843, 1962.
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    Clark RL, et al: Reproducibility of the technic of mammography (Egan) for cancer of the breast. Amer J Surg 109: 127133, 1965.
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    Dorn HF, Cutler SJ: Morbidity from Cancer in the United States. Public Health Monograph No 56, Publication 590, Public Health Service, 1959.