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Cancer survival in England: adults diagnosed
1 and 5 year age-standardised net survival estimates for adults diagnosed with one of the 24 most common cancers.
Coverage: England
Geographic breakdown: Country
All Editions
Cancer Statistics Registrations, England (Series MB1) - No. 43, 2012
The number of cancer registrations and cancer incidence rates in 2012, for all cancer sites by age and sex, and by region of residence in England. This is the first time that ONS has published 2012 cancer incidence statistics for England.
Coverage: England
Geographic breakdown: Other
19 Jun 14 Release
Cancer Registration Statistics, England, 2012
The number of diagnoses and incidence rates of all types of cancer by age and sex, and by region of residence in England.
Coverage: England
Geographic breakdown: Other
19 Jun 14 Statistical bulletin
10 most common cancers among males and females
New cancer diagnoses registered in England 2012
Coverage: England
Geographic breakdown: Other
19 Jun 14 Summary
Mid-1971 to Mid-2012 Population Estimates (Excel sheet 162Kb)
Single year of age for England, males and females
Coverage: England
Geographic breakdown: Other
19 Jun 14 Reference table
Cancer Registration Statistics, England, 2012 (Excel sheet 1660Kb)
Information on the number and rates of all types of cancer by age and sex, and by region of residence in England.
Coverage: England
Geographic breakdown: Other
19 Jun 14 Reference table
The impact of calculating cancer incidence rates using the 2013 European Standard Population - Applied to 2011 Cancer Registrations
The impact of calculating mortality and cancer incidence rates using the new 2013 European Standard Population is examined in this article.
Coverage: England
Geographic breakdown: Country
23 May 14 Release
The impact of calculating mortality and cancer incidence rates using the 2013 European Standard Population
The new ESP takes into account Europe’s ageing population, allowing for more accurate/stronger comparisons...
Coverage: England
Geographic breakdown: Country
23 May 14 Summary
The impact of calculating cancer incidence rates using the 2013 European Standard Population
This short story examines the impact of applying the new 2013 European Standard Population (ESP) to calculate age-standardised cancer incidence rates. This document focuses solely on the impact of applying the new methods to previously published cancer incidence data for 2011. Starting from this reporting year (2014/15), ONS outputs containing cancer incidence data will use the revised age-standardisation method.
Coverage: England
Geographic breakdown: Country
All Editions
C. Geographic Patterns of Cancer Survival Patients in England Followed to 2012 for Cancer of the Colon (Excel sheet 184Kb)
One- and five-year age-standardised net survival (%) for men, women and all patients diagnosed with cancer of the colon: England, NHS Region, Clinical Senate, Area Team
Coverage: England
Geographic breakdown: Other
01 May 14 Reference table
A. Geographic Patterns of Cancer Survival Patients in England Followed to 2012 for Cancer of the Oesophagus (Excel sheet 173Kb)
One- and five-year age-standardised net survival (%) for men, women and all patients diagnosed with cancer of the oesophagus: England, NHS Region, Clinical Senate, Area Team
Coverage: England
Geographic breakdown: Other
01 May 14 Reference table
Geographic Patterns of Cancer Survival in England, Patients Followed up to 2012
One-year and five-year relative survival estimates for adult patients diagnosed with one of eight cancers in England. Results are presented by NHS Region, Clinical Senate and Area Team
Coverage: England
Geographic breakdown: Other
01 May 14 Statistical bulletin
F. Geographic Patterns of Cancer Survival Patients in England Followed to 2012 for Cancer of the Bladder (Excel sheet 166Kb)
One- and five-year age-standardised net survival (%) for men, women and all patients diagnosed with cancer of the bladder: England, NHS Region, Clinical Senate, Area Team
Coverage: England
Geographic breakdown: Other
01 May 14 Reference table
E. Geographic Patterns of Cancer Survival Patients in England Followed to 2012 for Cancer of the Breast, Cervix and Prostate (Excel sheet 180Kb)
One- and five-year age-standardised net survival (%) for women diagnosed with cancer of the breast and cervix, and men diagnosed with cancer of the prostate: England, NHS Region, Clinical Senate, Area Team
Coverage: England
Geographic breakdown: Other
01 May 14 Reference table
B. Geographic Patterns of Cancer Survival Patients in England Followed to 2012 for Cancer of the Stomach (Excel sheet 164Kb)
One- and five-year age-standardised net survival (%) for men, women and all patients diagnosed with cancer of the stomach: England, NHS Region, Clinical Senate, Area Team
Coverage: England
Geographic breakdown: Other
01 May 14 Reference table
Geographic Patterns of Cancer Survival in England
One-year and five-year relative survival estimates for adult patients diagnosed with one of eight cancers in England. Results are presented by commissioning region, and TBC.
Coverage: England
Geographic breakdown: Other
All Editions
National Cancer Statistics for England, 2013 - Video
This is a short video from the ONS looking at how the ONS collects national cancer statistics for England, as well as the latest figures for 2013. It will show the various collection points that the ONS uses to compile cancer statistics, as well as, a look at the number of cancer diagnosis and which cancers are diagnosed the most.
Coverage: England
Geographic breakdown: Other
31 Jan 14 Video Summary
Cervical cancer is the most common cancer for women aged 15-34
Cervical cancer incidence, mortality and survival, England, 1971–2011
Coverage: England
Geographic breakdown: Other
30 Jan 14 Summary
Cancer Survival by NHS England Area Teams - Adults Diagnosed 1996-2011 and 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.
Coverage: England
Geographic breakdown: Other area classification
10 Dec 13 Release
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.
Coverage: England
Geographic breakdown: Other
10 Dec 13 Statistical bulletin
Table A: Cancer Survival by NHS England Area Team: Patients diagnosed 1996-2011, followed up to 2012 (Excel sheet 394Kb)
One and five-year age-standardised net surival for cancer of the oesophagus
Coverage: England
Geographic breakdown: Other area classification
10 Dec 13 Reference table
Table B: Cancer Survival by NHS England Area Team: Patients diagnosed 1996-2011, followed up to 2012 (Excel sheet 365Kb)
One and five-year age-standardised net surival for cancer of the stomach
Coverage: England
Geographic breakdown: Other area classification
10 Dec 13 Reference table
Table C: Cancer Survival by NHS England Area Team: Patients diagnosed 1996-2011, followed up to 2012 (Excel sheet 358Kb)
One and five-year age-standardised net surival for cancer of the colon
Coverage: England
Geographic breakdown: Other area classification
10 Dec 13 Reference table
Table D: Cancer Survival by NHS England Area Team: Patients diagnosed 1996-2011, followed up to 2012 (Excel sheet 342Kb)
One and five-year age-standardised net surival for cancer of the lung
Coverage: England
Geographic breakdown: Other area classification
10 Dec 13 Reference table
Table F: Cancer Survival by NHS England Area Team: Patients diagnosed 1996-2011, followed up to 2012 (Excel sheet 228Kb)
One and five-year age-standardised net surival for cancer of the cervix
Coverage: England
Geographic breakdown: Other area classification
10 Dec 13 Reference table
Table E: Cancer Survival by NHS England Area Team: Patients diagnosed 1996-2011, followed up to 2012 (Excel sheet 235Kb)
One and five-year age-standardised net surival for cancer of the breast
Coverage: England
Geographic breakdown: Other area classification
10 Dec 13 Reference table
A Cancer Survival Index for Clinical Commissioning Groups - Adults Diagnosed 1996-2011 and Followed up to 2012
This statistical bulletin presents a cancer survival index for all cancers combined, and for breast, colorectal and lung cancers combined. A one-year survival index is presented for Clinical Commissioning Groups in England, and a five-year index for Local Area Teams.
Coverage: England
Geographic breakdown: Other
10 Dec 13 Release
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
Coverage: England
Geographic breakdown: Other area classification
10 Dec 13 Statistical bulletin
Table 1: Index of cancer survival for Clinical Commissioning Groups in England, 2013 (Excel sheet 134Kb)
Number of cancer patients included in survival analyses, by calendar year of diagnosis 1996-2011 and Clinical Commissioning Groups.
Coverage: England
Geographic breakdown: Other area classification
10 Dec 13 Reference table
Table 2-4: Index of cancer survival for Clinical Commissioning Groups in England, 2013 (Excel sheet 630Kb)
One-year and five-year survival index (%) for all cancers combined.
Coverage: England
Geographic breakdown: Other area classification
10 Dec 13 Reference table
Table 5-7: Index of cancer survival for Clinical Commissioning Groups in England, 2013 (Excel sheet 679Kb)
One-year survival and five-year survival index (%) for three cancers combined (breast (women), colorectum and lung.
Coverage: England
Geographic breakdown: Other area classification
10 Dec 13 Reference table
Cancer Survival for Children in England - Children Diagnosed 1990-2006 and Followed up to 2011
This statistical bulletin presents a five-year relative survival index for all cancers combined for children (aged 0-14 years) diagnosed with cancer in England.
Coverage: England
Geographic breakdown: Country
10 Dec 13 Release
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.
Coverage: England
Geographic breakdown: Country
10 Dec 13 Statistical bulletin
Cancer Survival for Children in England: Patients Diagnosed 1990-2006 and Followed up to 2011 (Excel sheet 106Kb)
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.
Coverage: England
Geographic breakdown: Country
10 Dec 13 Reference table
Pancreatic cancer survival is lowest of all common cancers
Pancreatic cancer incidence, mortality and survival, England, 1971–2011
Coverage: England
Geographic breakdown: Other
29 Nov 13 Summary
Cancer Glossary
Glossary of cancer terms.
Coverage: England
Geographic breakdown: Country
All Editions
Cancer Survival by NHS England Area Teams
This statistical bulletin presents one-year and five-year age-standardised net survival estimates for the 25 NHS England Area Teams.
Coverage: England
Geographic breakdown: Other
All Editions
Lung cancer incidence and mortality rates affected by changing smoking habits
Lung cancer incidence, mortality and survival, England, 1971–2011
Coverage: England
Geographic breakdown: Other
30 Oct 13 Summary
Cancer in England infographic
Incidence, mortality and survival, 1971-2011
Coverage: England
Geographic breakdown: Other
30 Oct 13 Summary
Cancer survival rates - Cancer Survival in England: Patients Diagnosed 2007-2011 and Followed up to 2012
This bulletin presents the latest one- and five- year age-standardised net survival estimates for adult patients (aged 15–99 years) diagnosed in England with one of the 21 most common cancers.
Coverage: England
Geographic breakdown: Country
29 Oct 13 Release
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.
Coverage: England
Geographic breakdown: Country
29 Oct 13 Statistical bulletin
Cancer Survival in England: Patients Diagnosed 2007–2011 and Followed up to 2012 (Excel sheet 210Kb)
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.
Coverage: England
Geographic breakdown: Country
29 Oct 13 Reference table
Cancer Survival for Children in England
This statistical bulletin presents a five-year relative survival index for all cancers combined for children (aged 0-14 years) diagnosed with cancer in England.
Coverage: England
Geographic breakdown: Country
All Editions
Cancer Survival by Local Area Team
This statistical bulletin presents one-year and five-year age-standardised net survival estimates for the 25 Local Area Teams for England
Coverage: England
Geographic breakdown: Other
All Editions
A Cancer Survival Index for Clinical Commissioning Groups
This statistical bulletin presents a cancer survival index for all cancers combined, and for breast, colorectal and lung cancers combined. A one-year survival index is presented for Clinical Commissioning Groups in England, and a five-year index for Local Area Teams.
Coverage: England
Geographic breakdown: Other
All Editions
Nearly 85% of women diagnosed with breast cancer now survive for 5 years or more
Breast cancer incidence, mortality and survival, England, 1971–2011
Coverage: England
Geographic breakdown: Other
27 Sep 13 Summary
Breast cancer incidence, mortality and survival, England, 1971–2011 Infographic
Infographic showing Breast cancer incidence, mortality and survival, England, 1971–2011
Coverage: England
Geographic breakdown: Other
27 Sep 13 Summary
Survival estimates for leukaemia have trebled in the last 40 years
Leukaemia incidence, mortality and survival in England, 1971-2011
Coverage: England
Geographic breakdown: Other
30 Aug 13 Summary
Leukaemia in England infographic
Survival, incidence and mortality rates in 2011
Coverage: England
Geographic breakdown: Other
30 Aug 13 Summary
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.
Coverage: England
Geographic breakdown: Other area classification
14 Aug 13 Report
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