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Geographic Patterns of Cancer Survival in England, Patients Followed up to 2012

Key findings

  • One-year and five-year net survival increased for eight common cancers in England for adults (15-99 years) diagnosed during the period 2005-2007.
  • For men, the largest increase was 1.3 per cent per year in one-year survival for cancer of the oesophagus, and 1.3 per cent per year in five-year survival for cancer of the colon.
  • For women, the largest increase was 1.2 per cent per year in one-year survival for cancer of the oesophagus, and 1.7 per cent per year in five-year survival for cancer of the cervix.
  • The geographic disparities in net survival between NHS Regions, Clinical Senates and Area Teams in England are wide.
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