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This second all breast cancer report includes details of all breast cancers diagnosed in the UK in 2007. In addition to tumour and cohort characteristics, this report focuses on surgical treatment and in particular how this varies with age, deprivation and route of presentation. Report prepared by West Midlands Cancer Intelligece Unit on behalf of the NHS Cancer Screening Programmes.
A UK analysis of all symptomatic and screen-detected breast cancers diagnosed in 2006. Report prepared by West Midlands Cancer Intelligence Unit on behalf of the NHS Cancer Screening Programmes.
Recurrent and Metastatic Breast Cancer Data Collection Project Pilot report March 2012. Fifteen breast units and associated regional cancer registries provided data for this project, which was supported by Breast Cancer Care, National Cancer Intelligence Network, the Association for Breast Surgery and the West Midlands Cancer Intelligence Unit. Thank you to the Eastern Cancer Registry and Information Centre for developing the online tool that was used in the Pilot.
Nationally, the NHS is achieving the two week wait (2WW) symptomatic breast standard but some organisations are continuing to find it challenging to meet or sustain performance in this area. These tips are based on good practice taking place within Trusts, PCTs and cancer networks across the NHS
Presentation from NCIN 2009 conference - Investigating the association between ethnicity and survival from breast cancer using routinely collected health data: challenges and potential solutions - Poster, Amy Downing
An analysis of non-invasive breast cancers diagnosed in England from 1 January 2006 to 31 December 2007.
This document summarises the progress made by the National Cancer Equality Initiative (NCEI) to date, and sets out the next steps for tackling inequalities in cancer, as well as promoting greater equality. It identifies a range of activity to be taken forward nationally and activity to be considered locally.
Charts, tables and maps to accompany the report which presents the index of cancer survival at one year after diagnosis for all cancers combined, for each of the 151 primary care trusts (PCTs) in England. This index is designed to serve as a measure of the effectiveness of cancer services at both local and national level. For managerial application, the index needs to reflect the overall outcome (effectiveness) of care for all cancer patients resident in a given PCT, and to relate to patients diagnosed in a single calendar year. As a national surveillance tool of strategic value for government policy, the index also needs to provide a succinct national overview of changes in the geographic pattern of short-term survival for all cancers. At both local and national level, trends in the index should help assessment of the impact of earlier diagnosis, a key component of the National Awareness and Early Diagnosis Initiative (Anon. 2008; Richards 2009a; Richards 2009b).
This report presents a cancer survival index for all cancers combined for the primary care trusts (PCTs) in England, for patients diagnosed during 1996-2006. The index has been designed for routine monitoring of the local effectiveness of cancer services. It is adjusted for differences between PCTs in the profile of their resident cancer patients by age, sex and type of cancer. Statistical bulletin published by ONS, prepared by London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine.
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