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Cancer survival statistics for England are published as a number of individual statistical bulletins each year. Survival estimates are recorded for the most common cancers in adults aged 15 to 99 years across multiple English regionals.
Keywords: common cancers, survival estimates, age standardised
The impact of updating cancer survival methodologies for sub-national estimates; geographic patterns of cancer survival in EnglandA comparison of the new method applied in producing sub-national cancer survival estimates by NHS region, Cancer Alliance and Sustainability and Transformation Partnerships compared with previous methods.
Keywords: cancer alliance, region, STP, tumour
The impact of updating cancer survival methodologies for sub-national estimates; Index of cancer survival for Clinical Commissioning Groups in EnglandA comparison of the new method applied in producing the index of cancer survival for Clinical Commissioning Groups compared with previous methods.
Keywords: CCG, cancer survival, method Index, International Cancer Survival Standards, ICSS
A comparison of the new method applied in producing national cancer survival estimates in England compared to previous methods.
Keywords: cancer, survival, methods, England
The Behavioural Insight Team’s ‘Counting Calories’ report explains the apparent decrease in calorie intake over time by presenting evidence that calorie consumption is underestimated and also suggests that the degree of underestimation has increased over time. This article provides a GSS response to that report.
Keywords: calorie consumption, obesity, LCF, living costs and food survey
Cancer Registration statistics present the number of new cancer registrations in England overall and in the different English regions.
Keywords: sex, age, mortality, incidence