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1 Why did the incidence of heroin use continue to climb?
2 There is a greater incidence of cancer in the families of radiation workers.
3 The incidence of cholera in the camps has reached plague proportions.
4 What is the incidence of the tax?
5 The incidence of breast cancer increases with age.
6 Smokers had the highest incidence of colds.
7 We compared the incidence of coronary heart disease and total mortality.
8 There's still a high incidence of malaria in the area.
9 Authentic Italian cooking is very healthy-witness the low incidence of heart disease in Italy.
10 Incidence of the disease is fairly evenly spread across Europe.
11 There the incidence of the cancer of the oesophagus was suspected to be pretty high.
12 The study noted an increased incidence of heart disease in women.
13 This area has a high incidence of crime, disease, unemployment,[www.Sentencedict.com] etc.
14 The incidence of the illness differs greatly between men and women.
15 They found an increased incidence of childhood leukaemia in some areas.
16 The study compares the incidence of bone cancer in men and women.
17 The report analyses the incidence of cancer among people aged 0 - 24.
18 There the incidence of the cancer of the esophagus was suspected to be pretty high.
19 The country had the lowest incidence of AIDS cases proportional to its population.
20 The lack of vitamins may explain the higher incidence of heart disease.
21 Both underestimate incidence as neither study used glucose challenge.
22 First consider the overall incidence of plural references.
23 The incidence of elder abuse is hard to quantify.
24 There is a higher incidence of clients refusing services.
25 Therefore, our data can not show the true incidence.
26 This study also produced annual age specific incidence estimates.
27 The rising incidence of drunken driving requires drastic countermeasures.
28 His estimate of half a million HIV positive cases was based on an extrapolation of the known incidence of the virus.
29 The study purports to show an increase in the incidence of the disease.
30 The medical histories of our patients show a high incidence of past diseases.
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