Cancer Statistics Registrations (MB1)

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Cancer Statistics Registrations presents the number of newly diagnosed cases of cancer in England, with the age-standardised incidence rates and the three most common cancers for males and females.

Cancer Statistics Registrations (series MB1) provides detailed tables on cancer registrations including regional information. MB1 also provides information on data quality. legislation and guidance notes.

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Cancer Statistics Registrations

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Cancer Statistics Registrations
Registrations of cancer diagnosed in 2015, England

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ISBN
9781787320604
Author
Office for National Statistics (ONS)
Published by
Dandy Booksellers Ltd
Publication Date
13 JUne 2017
Edition
2015
Format
Paperback
Extent
312 pages
Dimensions
A4 (210 x 297 mm)
Series
Series MB1 no. 46

Cancer diagnoses and age-standardised incidence rates for all cancer sites by age, sex and region.

Main findings
  • The number of new diagnosed cases of cancer in England continues to rise and in 2015 there were almost 300,000 cancers registered an equivalent to 822 per day.
  • Breast (15.4%), prostate (13.4%), lung (12.5%) and colorectal (11.6%) cancer continue to account for over half of the malignant cancer registrations in England for all ages combined.
  • More cancers were registered in males (153,061) than females (146,862). Across the majority of cancer sites more males are diagnosed with cancer than females. This is a persistent feature of the data, reported in previous registration years.
  • Cancer is primarily a disease of older people, with adults aged 65 and over accounting for 65.2% of the total cancers registered in 2015.
  • Age-standardised rates of cancer registrations per 100,000 people have increased in both males and females for the period 1995 to 2015. During this period, cancer incidence rates have increased from 648.8 to 667.4 per 100,000 males and from 469.6 to 542.8 per 100,000 females.
  • The average rate of cancer incidence in England was 595.8 per 100,000 people, but this varied across the country from 566.6 per 100,000 people in London to 649.8 per 100,000 people in the North East.
 


Cancer Statistics Registrations

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Cancer Statistics Registrations
Registrations of cancer diagnosed in 2014, England

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ISBN
9781785841699
Author
Office for National Statistics
Published by
Dandy Booksellers Ltd
Publication Date
8 June 2016
Edition
2014
Format
Paperback
Extent
262 pages
Dimensions
A4 (210 x 297 mm)
Series
Series MB1 no. 45

Cancer incidence (number of cancer cases registered) data allow policy makers to measure the extent of cancer within the population in England. Cancer incidence data is used alongside cancer prevalence, mortality and survival to allow policy makers to ascertain the burden of cancer in England.

Main findings
  • The number of new cancer registrations in England was 296,863 in 2014; an increase of 4,183 registrations from the same point in 2013
  • More cancers were registered in males (150,832) than females (146,031). Across the majority of cancer sites more males are diagnosed with cancer than females. This is a persistent feature of the data, reported in previous registration years
  • The age-standardised incidence rates for newly diagnosed cancers were 670.8 per 100,000 males and 546.1 per 100,000 females. The rate takes into account the different age structures between males and females.
  • Breast (15.6%), prostate (13.4%), lung (12.6%) and colorectal (11.5%) cancer continue to account for over half of the malignant cancer registrations in England for all ages combined.
  • Cancer is a disease of the elderly, as approximately 12% of the population are aged 70 and above and account for 50.2% of the total cancers registered in 2014.
  • Generally, the cancer incidence rates increase over time, while mortality rates decrease, reflecting the general increase in cancer survival as reported in the latest cancer survival estimates
 


Cancer Statistics Registrations

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Cancer Statistics Registrations
Registrations of cancer diagnosed in 2013, England

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ISBN
9781785840258
Author
Office for National Statistics (ONS)
Published by
Dandy Booksellers Ltd
Publication Date
16 July 2015
Edition
2013
Publisher's Ref
MB1 No. 44
Format
Paperback
Extent
156 pages
Dimensions
A4 (210 x 297 mm)

Main points
  • In England there were 292,680 invasive malignant cancer diagnoses (excluding non-melanoma skin cancer) registered in 2013. After age-standardisation there were 683.1 cases of cancer registered per 100,000 males, and there were 542.2 cancer cases per 100,000 females. Compared to 10 years ago, the age-standardised cancer incidence rate has risen by 2.8% for males, and 8.3% for females.
  • Breast, prostate, lung, and colorectal cancer accounted for over half of the malignant cancer registrations in England for all ages combined.
  • Broken down by age, leukaemia was the most common cancer in children aged 0 to 14. In teenagers and adults aged 15 to 49, male testicular cancer and female breast cancer were the most common cancers diagnosed. From the age of 50, prostate and breast are the most common cancers for males and females respectively.
  • The cancer incidence rate was 11.5% higher (for all persons) in the North West of England compared with London after taking into account differences in the age structure of their respective populations. When focusing on different cancer sites the regional differences changed. For example, the prostate cancer incidence rate was 30.5% higher in the South East of England compared with the North East.
 


Cancer Statistics Registrations Diagnosed in England 2012 (MB1 No.43)

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Cancer Statistics Registrations Diagnosed in England 2012 (MB1 No.43)

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ISBN
9781909620827
Author
Office for National Statistics (ONS)
Published by
Dandy Booksellers Ltd
Publication Date
11 July 2014
Edition
2012
Publisher's Ref
MB1 No. 43
Format
Paperback
Extent
128 pages
Dimensions
A4 (210 x 297 mm)

This publication presents data for England on those patients who were diagnosed with cancer during 2012 and whose registrations were received at the Office for National Statistics (ONS) by the end of February 2014. This is the first time that ONS has published 2012 statistics on cancer incidence in England.

Key findings
  • The three most common cancers for men in 2012 remained prostate (25.9%), lung (13.6%) and colorectal (13.4%).
  • The three most common cancers for women in 2012 remained breast (30.9%), lung (11.9%) and colorectal (10.9%).
  • Liver cancer incidence has increased by 70% for males and 60% for females from 2003 to 2012. This is now the 18th most common cancer in England.
  • Malignant melanoma, a type of skin cancer, has increased by 78% among males and 48% among females from 2003 to 2012. This is now the fifth most common cancer in England.
  • Cancer incidence was more than 5% higher than expected in the north of England (North East and North West), and more than 5% lower than expected in London.
 


Cancer Statistics Registrations Diagnosed in England 2011 (MB1 No.42)

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Cancer Statistics Registrations Diagnosed in England 2011 (MB1 No.42)

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ISBN
9781909620193
Author
Office for National Statistics (ONS)
Published by
Dandy Booksellers Ltd
Publication Date
8 July 2013
Edition
2011
Publisher's Ref
MB1 No. 42
Format
Paperback
Extent
114 pages
Dimensions
A4 (210 x 297 mm)

• The three most common cancers for men in 2011 remained prostate (25.6%), lung (13.8%) and colorectal (13.6%).
• The three most common cancers for women in 2011 remained breast (30.7%), lung (11.6%) and colorectal (11.2%).
• Rates of cancer in 2011 among 35–44 year old females were more than double the rates for males in the same age group.
• In the older age groups, rates of cancer in 2011 were higher in males than in females (37% higher in those aged 65–69, and 63% higher in those aged 85 and over).
• Cancer incidence was higher than expected for both sexes in the north of England, and for females in the East Midlands and South West regions.
 


Cancer Statistics Registrations Diagnosed in England 2010 (MB1 No.41)

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Cancer Statistics Registrations Diagnosed in England 2010 (MB1 No.41)

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ISBN
9781905262663
Author
Office for National Statistics (ONS)
Published by
Dandy Booksellers Ltd
Publication Date
September 2012
Edition
2010
Publisher's Ref
MB1 No. 41
Format
Paperback
Dimensions
A4 (210 x 297 mm)

 



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