Other sources of cancer statistics
UK | International
Cancer Research UK publish a range of statistics on cancer incidence, mortality and survival, accessible through their 'CancerStats' site. National Statistics for the UK which have been published by the Office for National Statistics are available here.
Incidence, mortality and survival statistics for each of the UK nations are also available from the following agencies:
Regional statistics for England are available directly from the eight regional cancer registries. Regional Statistics for the non-English countries are available directly from the national agencies
The London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine Cancer Research UK Cancer Survival Group make available tools for cancer survival analysis as well as national, regional and other life tables.
Cancer survival statistics for England are available from ONS:
Site Specific Statistics
Statistics for individual cancer sites are published by Cancer Research UK. Statistics for England are available from ONS.
The Association of Public Health Observatories (APHO) publishes health profiles for a range of geographical areas. These provide a snapshot of health for each local council in England using key health indicators.
- Cancer Research UK have produced cancer incidence, mortality and survival statistics for cancers diagnosed worldwide. This data is taken from the GLOBOCAN 2008 database and presents estimates for 2008.
- IARC has published GLOBOCAN 2008 which provides estimates of cancer incidence and mortality for nearly every country in the world for 27 cancer sites together with graphics and map tools.