Cancer Survival by NHS England Area Team: Patients diagnosed 1996-2011, followed up to 2012
This statistical bulletin presents one-year and five-year age-standardised net survival estimates for the 25 NHS England Area Teams.
Cancer Survival for Children in England: Patients Diagnosed 1990-2006 and Followed up to 2011
This bulletin includes data on survival for all children (aged 0–14 years) diagnosed with cancer in England during 1990-2006, followed up to 31 December 2011. Five-year survival estimates are presented for all cancers combined, for each year from 1990 to 2006. Survival estimates are reported by age group and for all ages combined, both unstandardised and age-standardised.
Index of cancer survival for Clinical Commissioning Groups in England
This statistical bulletin presents one-year and five-year age-standardised net survival estimates to each 211 Clinical Commissioning Groups
Cancer Survival in England: Patients Diagnosed 2007–2011 and Followed up to 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 2007–2011, and followed up to 2012. These cancers comprise over 90% of all newly diagnosed cancers. Data are presented by sex, by age group, and for all ages combined, both age-standardised and un-standardised.
Index of Cancer Survival for Primary Care Trusts in England: Patients diagnosed 1996–2010 and followed up to 2011 – appendix
This bulletin presents updated estimates of a cancer survival index at one year after diagnosis for all cancers combined in each of 151 Primary Care Trusts (PCTs) in England, for patients diagnosed during 1996–2010 and followed up to 31 December 2011. The survival index is adjusted for differences in the profile of cancer patients by age, sex and type of cancer between PCTs.
Cancer Registration Statistics, England, 2011
This publication presents data for England on those patients who were diagnosed with cancer during 2011 and whose registrations were received at the Office for National Statistics (ONS) by the end of February 2013. This is the first time that ONS has published 2011 statistics on cancer incidence in England.