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H. LUNTZ: The Burkitt lymphoma syndrome in Johannesburg. S. Afr. med. J. 39,741-746 (1965). 76. WRIGHT, D. : Department of Pathology, Makerere University College Medical School, Kampala, Uganda. Personal communication. 77. O'CONOR, G. , H. RAPPAPORT, and E. B. SMITH: Childhood lymphoma resembling Burkitt's tumour in the United States. Cancer 18,411-417 (1965). 78. DORFMAN, R. : Childhood lymphosarcoma in St. Louis, Missouri, clinically and histologically resembling Burkitt's tumour. Cancer 18, 41,8-430 (1965).
But these are only indications for further study. Epithelial Cancers of Non-endocrine Organs The importance of the study of these tumours of childhood for the light they may throw on similar tumours in adults has been emphasised by WILLIS  and ample opportunities for such studies exist in tropical and subtropical areas where there are remarkable differences in the frequencies of these cancers. The most extreme situation so far recorded seems to be in Mozambique whence PRATES and TORRES  recorded 131 childhood cancers in the years 1956-61 including two leukemias, 58 lymphoblastic lymphomas and no less than 42 primary hepatocellular carcinomas, the last occurring in the 0-14 age group males at the fantastic rate of 15 per 100,000 per annum.
Considerations sur les tumeurs mal ignes des Indigenes du Congo Beige et du Ruanda-Urundi. A propos de 2356 Cas. Ann. Soc. Beige Med. Trop. 37, 483-492 (1957). 32. EDINGTON, G. , and C. M. U. MACLEAN: Incidence of the Burkitt tumour in Ibadan, Western Nigeria. Brit. med. J. 1,264-26,6 (1964). 33. DAVIES, J. N. : Leukemia in children in tropical Africa. Lancet 2,65-67 (1965). 34. , R. W. MILLER, and J. SCOTTO: U. S. childhood cancer mortality patterns, 1950-1959. Etiologic implications. J. Amer.
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