Cancer incidence and mortality in England and Wales

trends and risk factors by Anthony Swerdlow

Publisher: Oxford University Press in Oxford, New York

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  • Wales,
  • England

Subjects:

  • Cancer -- Wales -- Statistics,
  • Cancer -- England -- Statistics,
  • Cancer -- Wales -- Epidemiology,
  • Cancer -- England -- Epidemiology,
  • Cancer -- Wales -- Mortality -- Statistics,
  • Cancer -- England -- Mortality -- Statistics

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references (p. [274]-286) and index.

StatementAnthony Swerdlow, Isabel dos Santos Silva, and Richard Doll.
GenreStatistics.
ContributionsSantos Silva, Isabel dos., Doll, Richard, Sir 1912-
Classifications
LC ClassificationsRA645.C3 S94 2001
The Physical Object
Paginationx, 290 p. :
Number of Pages290
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL3964547M
ISBN 100192627481
LC Control Number2001269297
OCLC/WorldCa46694741

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We used an Cited by:   Papers p Cancer is among the three leading causes of death in England and Wales at all ages except for preschool children.1 Survival from almost all cancers is better in affluent areas than in deprived ones, for a variety of reasons.2 In July the government set a “tough” target: “to reduce the death rate from cancer in people under 75 years by at least a fifth (20%) by Cited by:   Cancer causes a quarter of all deaths in England and Wales.

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The report provides both summary and more detailed information on trends in cancer incidence, mortality, prevalence and survival at the national and Brand: Palgrave Macmillan UK. Mortality data are available for England and Wales as part of the DR series. Survival estimates are also available for a selection of sites and geographies as well as the cancer survival index at CCG level.

Scotland. The Information Service Division Scotland provides detailed information about Scottish cancer incidence, mortality and survival. Objective: To assess the impact of the NHS breast screening programme on the incidence of and mortality from breast cancer. Design: Comparison of age specific incidence and mortality before and after the introduction of screening in the late s.

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The impact of using the European Standard Population to calculate mortality and cancer incidence rates. (Accessed June ) Office of Population Censuses and Surveys (). Registry/ONS Interface Document. National Cancer Registration System, England and Wales.

London: OPCS (subsequently revised) World Health Organisation. A page appendix, comprising just over one-fifth of the book, presents incidence and mortality data in tabular form.

The most notable trends are the rise in tumours in younger people, the decline in lung cancer and the increase in prostate cancer compared with thirty years ago (the last perhaps not being as much as might be expected).

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Published 3 February From. (Incidence figures cover the period and figures for the last three years are provisional, but are reliable, being based on data from half of the regional cancer registries in England and Wales.

Mortality data cover the period ). (source: Nielsen Book Data). The American Cancer Society projects the numbers of new cancer cases and deaths expected each year in order to estimate the contemporary cancer burden, because cancer incidence and mortality data lag three to four years behind the current year.

In addition, the regularly updated Facts & Figures publications present the most current trends in.This is one of the Medical Research Council's special report series and is an attempt to compare mortality in England, Wales and the United States as to seasons.

The author states that the study was limited to the use of official data and to a consideration of the large group of "unspecified causes".PURPOSE The ratio of cancer mortality and cancer incidence rates in a population has conventionally been used as an indicator of the completeness of cancer registration.

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