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Subtopic: Cancer Survival

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  • Summary: Cancer Survival in England: Patients Diagnosed, 2006–2010 and Followed up to 2011 23-Oct-2012
    This bulletin presents one- and five-year net survival estimates for adults (aged 15–99 years) diagnosed with one of the 21 most common cancers in England during 2006–2010, and followed up to 2011. These cancers comprise over 90 per cent of all newly diagnosed cancers. Data are presented by sex, by age group, and for all ages combined, both age-standardised and un-standardised.
  • Cancer Survival in England: Patients Diagnosed 2005-2009 and Followed up to 2010 15-Nov-2011
    This summary presents one-year and five-year relative survival (per cent) for adults (aged 15-99 years) diagnosed with 1 of the 21 most common cancers in England during 2005-2009 and followed up to 2010. These cancers comprise over 90 per cent of all newly diagnosed cancers. Data are presented by sex, by age group and for all ages combined, both un-standardised and age-standardised.
  • Video Summary: Cancer in England, 2009 02-Nov-2011
    This provides a summary of cancer incidence in England and five-year relative survival for patients diagnosed up to 2008
  • Colorectal Cancer in England, 2008 01-Apr-2011
    Incidence, mortality and survival from colorectal cancer in England, 2008.

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