2018 Pittsburgh Preliminary Program

2018 Pittsburgh Preliminary Program


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Poster Number
Abstract Number
P-014985MatchPro - New platform for Probabilistic Record Linkage (or Teaching an Old Dog new Linkage Tricks)R. PinderUSC School of MedicineLos Angeles, CAUSOperations
P-025000Agreement between self-reported and tumor registry-recorded cancer among Alaska Native peopleS. NashAlaska Native Tribal Health ConsortiumAnchorage, AKUSOperations
P-035005Missed Cancer Cases from Texas Hospital Inpatient/Outpatient Data and Death Certificate Files: Combining Previously Separate ProcessesP. Miller-GianturcoTexas Cancer RegistryAustin, TXUSOperations
P-045053Doing less with more! Finding creative solutions for file storage and processing of Meaningful Use CDA FilesD. NgWestat, RockvilleRockville, MDUSOperations
P-055079Collection of active follow-up data in a NPCR registry: A review of the Patient-Centered Outcomes project at the New Hampshire State Cancer RegistryM. CelayaNew Hampshire State Cancer Registry, Geisel School of Medicine at DartmouthHanover, NHUSOperations
P-065088Can the CCR Leverage NLP for Quality Control Activities?S. WoodUC Davis HealthSacramento, CAUSOperations
P-075089Implementation of Natural Language Processing Applied to Pathology ReportsC. MoodyCalifornia Cancer Reorting and Epidemiologic Surveillance ProgramSacramento, CAUSOperations
P-085102SCAN 360
L. BouzoubaaSylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center, University of Miami Miller School of MedicineMiami, FLUSOperations
P-095106Enhancement of the Metro Chicago Breast Cancer Registry (MCBCR) Through Data LinkagesT.A. DolecekUniversity of Illinois at ChicagoChicago, ILUSOperations
P-105141Enhancing the completeness of birthplace data through linkage to death certificate data: an assessment from the California Cancer Registry DatabaseA. SipinLos Angeles Cancer Surveillance ProgramLos Angeles, CAUSOperations
P-115147API Errors on Central Registry Level: Successful or is there a Disconnect?J. MazrekuCalifornia Cancer RegistrySacramento, CAUSOperations
P-345116Innovative Sources for Breast Cancer: Supplementing Registry Multigene Assay Data Through LinkagesS. HillNew Jersey State Cancer Registry, Cancer Epidemiology Services, New Jersey Department of HealthTrenton, NJUSOperations
P-124992Opposing Trends in HPV-Associated Cancers in Massachusetts: Cervical and Oropharyngeal Cancers from 2006-2015S. GershmanMassachusetts Cancer RegistryBoston, MAUSData Use
P-134996Can a name reduce the risk of cancer?E. MillerNational Cancer InstituteRockville, MDUSData Use
P-145002Trends in the incidence of overweight- and obesity-associated cancers in Texas R. SardellTexas Cancer RegistryAustin, TXUSData Use
P-155008Human Subjects Protection and Cancer Surveillance Research: Revised Regulations, Expanded OpportunitiesR. McLaughlinPublic Health Institute, Cancer Registry of Greater CaliforniaSacramento, CAUSData Use
P-165009Characteristics and survival of children with acute leukemia with Down syndrome or other birth defects in New YorkB. QiaoNew York State Cancer RegistryMenands, NYUSData Use
P-175017Black-white disparities in colorectal cancer treatment, 2000 - 2007A. WhiteCenters for Disease Control and PreventionAtlanta, GAUSData Use
P-185018Breast cancer in young women ages 20-39 in the USC. DeSantisAmerican Cancer SocietyAtlanta, GAUSData Use
P-195021Prognostic Multigene Testing in Breast Cancer: Patterns, Disparities, and Opportunities for Advancing Standardized Patient CareV. CelayaGeisel School of Medicine at DartmouthHanover, NHUSData Use
P-205026An Assessment of Comorbid Health Conditions among Incident Cancer Diagnoses within the Virginia Cancer Registry, 2005-2014S. WangVirginia Dept. Of HealthRichmond, VAUSData Use
P-215040Recent trends in childhood cancer incidence in Canada (2001-2014): report from the Cancer in Young People in Canada (CYP-C) surveillance programL. XieCentre for Surveillance and Applied Research, Public Health Agency of CanadaOttawa, ONCAData Use
P-225051Trends in Incidence and Mortality of Liver Cancer in New Jersey ResidentsL. EberhartRutgers Cancer InstitueNew Brunswick, NJUSData Use
P-235055Incidence of Cancer in Adolescent and Young Adults in Puerto Rico: A Descriptive and Comparative StudyM. Alvarado OrtizPuerto Rico Central Cancer RegistrySan Juan, PRUSData Use
P-245057Risk of subsequent invasive cancers among cervical cancer survivors in New Jersey, 1990-2015KS. PawlishNew Jersey Department of Health, New Jersey State Cancer RegistryTrenton, NJUSData Use
P-255058Female Breast, Cervical and Colorectal Cancer Survival in Missouri, 1996-2014Y. YoshidaMissouri Cancer Registry & Research CenterColumbia, MOUSData Use
P-265068Stage at diagnosis by health insurance status among adolescent and young adult cancer patients in CaliforniaY. ChenCalifornia Cancer Reporting and Epidemiologic Surveillance ProgramSacramento, CAUSData Use
P-275074Three-Year Relative Survival for Gynecologic Cancers in Puerto Rico & USA Ethnic Groups: 2007-2011C.R. Torres-CintronPuerto Rico Central Cancer RegistrySan Juan, PRUSData Use
P-285082Rare Cancer Incidence in North Carolina (pancreas, male breast, adrenal / other endocrine glands)S. AliNorth Carolina Central Cancer RegistryRaleigh, NCUSData Use
P-295084Producing Cancer Statistics at the Census Tract Level: A Louisiana StoryL. ManiscalcoLouisiana Tumor RegistryNew Orleans, LAUSData Use
P-305087Contrary to the Popular Belief: Differential Impact of HRT and MPH Rules on Female Invasive Breast Cancer IncidenceA. BalamuruganArkansas Department of HealthLittle Rock, ARUSData Use
P-315092Cervical Cancer and Emergency Department Use in California from 2010 to 2014J.A. KillionCalifornia Cancer Reporting and Epidemiologic Surveillance ProgramSacramento, CAUSData Use
P-325110Competing Risks Survival and Cause of death in Female Breast Cancer Patients in KoreaH. ChoNational Cancer CenterGoyangSKData Use
P-335112What's behind the decreasing cervical cancer survival in the US?H.K. WeirCenters for Disease Control and PreventionAtlanta, GAUSData Use
P-355117Characteristics of Comorbidity Indices Derived from Health Administrative Claims Data for Younger and Older PatientsB. HuangUniversity of KentuckyLexington, KYUSData Use
P-365123Lung cancer survival in American Indians, Hispanics, and non-Hispanic Whites in New Mexico, USAZ. GalochkinaNew Mexico Tumor RegistryAlbuquerque, NMUSData Use
P-375127Worldwide Incidence of Colorectal cancer: a 10-year ForecastM. Hughes, J. OlabisiDecision Resources GroupBurlington, MAUSData Use
P-385159Building Linkage among Central Registration Systems - Uncover the Impact of HPV Immunization on Cervical Cancer IncidenceM. YouMichigan Department of Health and Human Services Division for Vital Records and Health StatisticsLansing, MIUSData Use
P-395142Patterns and Recent Trends in Mastectomy and Breast Conserving Surgery for Women with Early-Stage Breast Tumors in Missouri
C.L. SchmaltzMissouri Cancer Registry and Research CenterColumbia, MOUSData Use
P-1S5211The association between diabetes and depression among adults residing in Brazil: does it differ among cancer survivors when compared to the general population?I.W. WatsonUniversity of North Dakota - School of Medicine and Health and SciencesGrand Forks, NDUSStudent
P-2S5217Depressive Symptoms and Health-Related Quality of Life in Older Women with Gynecological Cancer: A Population-Based Analysis Using the Surveillance, Epidemiology, and End Results – Medicare Health Outcomes SurveyA.K. KlaphekeUniversity of California DavisDavis, CAUSStudent
P-3S5156Lifestyle-related risk factors for cancer and associations with social determinants of health: case study of the Cancer Risk Factors Atlas of Ontario in TorontoT.A. NorwoodUniversity of TorontoToronto, ONCAStudent
P-4S5213A Spatio-temporal Investigation of Breast Cancer Treatment Delay in MissouriJ. DuUniversity of Missouri-ColumbiaColumbia, MOUSStudent
P-5S5214Colorectal Cancer Survival in the Mountain West State of NevadaK.E. CallahanUniversity of Nevada Las VegasLas Vegas, NVUSStudent
P-6S4990Descriptive epidemiology of germ cell tumors in the central nervous system from 2005-2014H. GittlemanCase Comprehensive Cancer Center, CWRU School of MedicineCleveland, OHUSStudent
P-7S5047Data Collection Strategies and Survey Technology Preference in a SEER Rapid Response Surveillance Study (SEER RRSS) Offering No Participant IncentiveA. ReedWayne State UniversityDetroit, MIUSStudent

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