Cancer survival by stage at diagnosis for England

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Cancer survival by stage at diagnosis for England (experimental statistics)

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Cancer survival by stage at diagnosis for England (experimental statistics)
Adults diagnosed 2012, 2013 and 2014 and followed up to 2015

£17.50
ISBN
9781785841729
Author
Office for National Statistics
Published by
Dandy Booksellers Ltd
Publication Date
17 June 2016
Edition
2015
Format
Paperback
Extent
198 pages
Dimensions
A4 (210 x 297 mm)

The main purpose of this statistical release is to show how cancer survival varies at different stages for a variety of cancers. Because of improvements in cancer registration and the completeness of stage data during this 3-year period, we do not recommend looking at the data in this briefing as representing the trends in survival over the 3 years examined (2012, 2013, 2014). Such analyses will be undertaken in the future, when enough comparable data are available. This will bring the stage-specific survival statistics in line with other series that currently publish in 5 year aggregations, such as the National Statistics on Cancer Survival. The main focus of this release is on how survival differs by stage of diagnosis.

Main points
  • In general, those people diagnosed with early (stage 1 or 2) cancers have a better 1 year survival than those diagnosed with late (stage 4) cancer.
  • Apart from lung and ovarian cancer, there is a pattern of similar 1 year survival for patients diagnosed at stages 1 to 3 and a large decrease for those diagnosed at stage 4.
  • Although stage 4 survival is always the worst for any given cancer, the 1 year survival at stage 4 varies from 15% (men with lung cancer) to 83% (men with prostate cancer).
  • The difference in 1 year survival between men and women is largest for bladder cancer. 1 year survival for women was 62% (average for 2012 to 2014) whereas 1 year survival for men was 75% (average for 2012 to 2014).
  • Women diagnosed with breast cancer at stage 1 or 2 have 1 year survival which is very similar to the general population.
  • Colorectal cancer 1 year survival is similar for men and women at all stages.
 



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