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Incidence data set of leukemia, lymphoma and multiple myeloma among atomic bomb survivors: 1950 to 2001 follow-up

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Incidence data set of leukemia, lymphoma and multiple myeloma among atomic bomb survivors: 1950 to 2001 follow-up This documentation describes the data for the follow-up that was used in analyses
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Incidence data set of leukemia, lymphoma and multiple myeloma among atomic bomb survivors: 1950 to 2001 follow-up This documentation describes the data for the follow-up that was used in analyses of leukemia, lymphoma, and multiple myeloma incidence in the Life Span Study (LSS) of atomic bomb survivors. Results of these analyses are described in the paper Hsu WL, Preston DL, Soda M, Sugiyama H, Funamoto S, Kodama K, Kimura A, Kamada N, Dohy H, Tomonaga M, Iwanaga M, Miyazaki Y, Cullings HM, Suyama A, Ozasa K, Shore RE, Mabuchi K: The incidence of leukemia, lymphoma and multiple myeloma among atomic bomb survivors: Radiat Res 2013; 179(3): The files included with this data release are: lsshempy.csv LSS leuk lymphoma mm incidence.amf LSS leuk lymphoma mm incidence.log Leukemia, lymphoma, multiple myeloma incidence data file, comma delimited text file with a single header line that contains the variable names Epicure (AMFIT) command script to read the data and fit the basic models used in the paper for various individual and combined categories of malignancies A log file produced by the program above The data set is a detailed tabulation of person years, event counts, and summary data constructed from data on individual survivors. The analysis cohort includes 113,011 survivors with known doses. Data on individual survivors are stratified by city, sex, whether or not an individual s unweighted total shielded kerma was above 4 Gy, ground distance, age at exposure, attained age, calendar time, and bone marrow dose. The file is a comma-separated-value file with one record per stratum. The first record in each file contains variable names. The file can easily be read into statistical packages such as SAS, Stata, or Epicure. Because of the numbers of records some versions of Excel may not be able to read all of the records in the file. If these data are used as the basis for analyses in any publication including working papers or technical reports, a statement of acknowledgment must be included in the manuscript. This statement should read: This report makes use of data obtained from the Radiation Effects Research Foundation (RERF), Hiroshima and Nagasaki, Japan. RERF is a public interest foundation funded by the Japanese Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare (MHLW) and the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE), the latter in part through DOE award DE-HS to the National Academy of Sciences. The conclusions in this report are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the scientific judgment of RERF or its funding agencies. Please send a copy of any reprints that make use of these data to: Archives Unit, Library and Archives Section Department of Information Technology Radiation Effects Research Foundation 5-2 Hijiyama Koen Minami-ku Hiroshima JAPAN These data are available on the RERF homepage (http://www.rerf.jp/) Detailed documentation follows: LSS leukemia, lymphoma, and multiple myeloma person-year table File name: lsshempy.csv Format: ASCII text, comma-separated-values with variable names in row 1 File size: 38,579 records (including one variable name header record) Basic description: Data on 1,012 hematopoietic malignancies among 120,005 people with 3,842,918 migration-adjusted person years of follow-up (includes people with unknown dose; i.e., mar_ad10 = -100) Item City Sex Un4gy Distcat Agxcat Agecat Description City 1 : Hiroshima 2 : Nagasaki Sex 1 : Male 2 : Female Under 4 Gy of Shielded Kerma Total (G+N) indicator 0 : Shielded Kerma G+N 4 Gy 1 : Shielded Kerma G+N = 4 Gy Ground distance categories 1 : 3000 m 2 : 3000- : NIC Age at exposure categories 1:0- 5 2:5- 10 3:10- 15 4:15- 20 5:20- 25 6:25- 30 7:30- 35 8:35- 40 9:40- 45 10:45- 50 11:50- 55 12:55- 60 13:60- 65 14:65- 70 15:70- 100 Attained age categories 1:0- 5 2:5- 10 3:10- 15 4:15- 20 5:20- 25 6:25- 30 7:30- 35 8:35- 40 9:40- 45 10:45- 50 11:50- 55 12:55- 60 13:60- 65 14:65- 70 Dcat Time Subjects Upyr 15:70- 75 16:75- 80 17:80- 85 18:85- 110 DS02 weighted Bone Marrow dose categories Adjusted-truncated RBE=10 weighted dose (i.e. gamma + 10*neutron) 1: 0(DoseUNK) 2:0- 5 3:5- 20 4:20- 40 5:40- 60 6:60- 80 7:80- 100 8:100- 125 9:125- 150 10:150- 175 11:175- 200 12:200- 250 13:250- 300 14:300- 500 15:500- 750 16:750- :1000- :1250- :1500- :1750- :2000- :2500- :3000+ Calendar time 1:Oct1,1950-Dec31,1952 2:Jan1,1953-Dec31,1955 3:Jan1,1956-Dec31,1957 4:Jan1,1958-Dec31,1960 5:Jan1,1961-Dec31,1965 6:Jan1,1966-Dec31,1970 7:Jan1,1971-Dec31,1975 8:Jan1,1976-Dec31,1980 9:Jan1,1981-Dec31, :Jan1,1986-Dec31, :Jan1,1988-Dec31, :Jan1,1991-Dec31, :Jan1,1996-Dec31, :Jan1,2001-Dec31,2001 The number of subjects first at risk in each cell Unadjusted person years at risk Pyr Gdist Agex Age Year Nhl Hl Mye All Oll Alltot Cll Hcl Clltot Atl Aml Oml Amol Amltot Cml othleuk Noncll Leuktot Hldtot mar_ad10 mar_ag mar_an Adjusted person years at risk Ground distance in meters Age at exposure in years Attained age in years year Non Hodgkin lymphoma Hodgkin lymphoma Myeloma Acute lymphoblastic leukemia Aleukemia/subleukemic lymphoid leukemia total ALL Chronic lymphocytic leukemia Hairy cell leukemia Total CLL Adult T-cell leukemia Acute myeloid leukemia a-/sub-leukemic myeloid leukemia, or myeloid leukemia NOS Acute monocytic leukemia Total AML Chronic myeloid leukemia Other leukemia Non-CLL/non-ATL leumemia Total leukemia All events weighted adjusted-truncated DS02 Bone Marrow dose weighted adjusted-truncated DS02 Bone Marrow Gamma weighted adjusted-truncated DS02 Bone Marrow Neutron
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