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Our equality metrics annual report has been updated showing the latest information in regards to cancer and equality groups. This summarises incidence, mortality, survival, ethnicity coding, cancer screening, Routes to diagnosis, patient experience, treatment, stage at diagnosis and proms.
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The National Cancer Intelligence Network
The NCIN is a UK-wide initiative, working to drive improvements in standards of cancer care and clinical outcomes by improving and using the information collected about cancer patients for analysis, publication and research. Find out more about NCIN.
The most recent cancer incidence, mortality and survival statistics can be found here.
Now updated - download our useful reference guide for infrequent users of cancer statistics or for audiences that may not be familiar with this information.
This document is structured using key chapters in the Improving Outcomes: a Strategy for Cancer report.
What cancer statistics are available, and where can I find them? - June 2014
This report presents one-year survival data for five cancer sites in England by TNM stage at diagnosis along with a comparison to the European countries in the International Cancer Benchmarking Partnership (ICBP). Read more here.
This new report, produced in partnership with Cancer Research UK, examines the most recently available cancer incidence and mortality in England. It shows that if the more deprived groups had the same rates as the least deprived, there would have been around 15,300 fewer cases and 19,200 fewer deaths per year across all cancers combined in the most recent 5-year periods.
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