Cancer Type and Topic Specific Work
This section of the website describes NCIN's work on particular types of cancer and in support of national initiatives addressing cross cutting topics.
Our work on particular cancer sites or types is led by twelve Site Specific Clinical Reference Groups. You can find details of our publications and tools for particular sites, as well information about our reference groups, through the menu to the left. A summary of the work of these groups during 2010-11 is also available.
Cross cutting topics
NCIN works to support the cross cutting intitatives on Awareness & Early Diagnosis, Equality and Survivorship established by the Cancer Reform Strategy. We also support the National Cancer Multi-disciplinary Team Coordinators' Forum and you will find a range of information about Multi-disciplinary Team development in this section.
In additional to our Site Specific Clinical Reference Groups, NCIN has established a Scientific Advisory Group to provide methodological and analytical advice regarding its information outputs and, in conjuction with the National Cancer Action Team, a Clinical Outcomes Group to link those collecting data on cancer services with those using these data.
Over the coming year, the National Cancer Intelligence Network will work with its partners to improve the range and quality of statistics available about less common cancers, including cancers registered without a specification of site. See the Rarer Cancers flyer for more details.