4 edition of Atlas of Cancer Incidence in England and Wales 1968-85 found in the catalog.
Atlas of Cancer Incidence in England and Wales 1968-85
March 31, 1994
by Oxford University Press, USA
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||294|
6. Macmillan cancer support and WCISU partnership, year cancer prevalence in GP patients across Wales by age [data extracted: December ]. Available on Local Cancer Intelligence Wales 3, 4, 4, 4, 5, 5, 7, 9, 14, 21, 29, Lung Head and neck Non-Hodgkin lymphoma Bladder Uterus Rectum Melanoma Colon Colorectal. The Atlas of Cancer Incidence in England and Wales provides information on non-Hodgkin's lymphoma registrations for 59 counties for the period In the atlas, age-standardised odds ratios were preferred to incidence rates because they were considered less likely to be affected by variations in the completeness of cancer registration.
Swerdlow A and dos Santos Silva I () Atlas of cancer incidence in England and Wales – Oxford: Oxford University Press Oxford: Oxford University Press Google Scholar. Wales ranked 28th out of 29 European countries in five-year survival for lung cancer (below Poland, Lithuania and Latvia) and 25th out of 29 for bowel cancer .
Cancer causes a quarter of all deaths in England and Wales. There is great professional and public interest in cancer trends, but no satisfactory source to which to turn to find information about these trends and explanation of them. It is even more difficult to know where to turn for information on trends in factors causing cancer. This book presents new analyses that bring together data on. Get this from a library! Cancer statistics: incidence, survival, and mortality in England and Wales. [Cancer Research Campaign (Great Britain);] -- Data are included for each cancer site on age-standardized mortality trends and mortality by age and sex for England and Wales since ; mortality, incidence, and five-year relative survival by.
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Atlas of Cancer Incidence in England and Wales Based on data from the cancer registries of England and Wales, with the cooperation of the Office of Population Censuses and Surveys.
dos Santos Silva, Isabel, Swerdlow, Anthony. Get this from a library. Atlas of cancer incidence in England and Wales, based on data from the cancer registries of England and Wales, with the cooperation of the Office of Population Censuses and Surveys.
[Anthony Swerdlow; Isabel dos Santos Silva; Great Britain. Office of. Title(s): Atlas of cancer incidence in England and Wales, based on data from the cancer registries of England and Wales, with the cooperation of the Office of Population Censuses and Surveys/ Anthony Swerdlow and Isabel dos Santos Silva.
Country of Publication: England Publisher: Oxford ; New York: Oxford University Press, Book. The Environment and Health Atlas for England and Wales is an authoritative collection of over 80 full colour maps showing geographic patterns of common environmental agents and health conditions of public health importance including mortality, cancer incidence and.
A new interactive web-based resource, called 'Cancer e-Atlas', has been developed to improve access to cancer statistics across England. It aims to provide health care professionals, commissioners, health service managers and the public with information on incidence, mortality and survival for the common types of cancers in men and women.
The atlas shows lower than average rates of melanoma in London, the Midlands, Wales and most of northern England. Another anomaly was the high rate of cervical cancer in urban northern England.
Dr Anthony Swerdlow, co- author of the Atlas of Cancer Incidence in England and Walessaid that reproductive factors could also be involved, again related to more affluent lifestyles.
Lung cancer is the second most common cancer in the UK among men and the third most common in women. In England and Wales, there were approximat cases (19, male, 15, female) of lung cancer diagnosed deaths (17, male, 13, female) due to lung cancer in The Cancer e-Atlas by cancer network is still available but has not been updated and therefore the latest incidence and mortality data are for and respectively.
New versions of the e-Atlas, which will include the new health boundaries in England, will be produced towards the end of. 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).
The Environment and Health Atlas for England and Wales is an authoritative collection of over 80 full colour maps showing geographic patterns of common environmental exposures and diseases of public health importance, along with interpretive text, which gives an analysis of mortality, cancer incidences and other health data in England and : A.L.
Hansell, L. Beale, R.E. Ghosh. Cancer conditions in the United Kingdomby age. Cancer cases rate perpopulation in England by age and gender.
Newly diagnosed cancer in Englandby gender. NearlyEngland cases, aro Scotland cancer cases, around 7, Wales cancer cases, and around 3, Northern Ireland cancer cases every year could be prevented. Smoking is the largest cause of cancer in the UK, accounting for 15% of all cancer cases.
However the steering group is aware of a book by Swerdlow et al. (), which examines cancer incidence mortality in England and Wales. This book brings together data on trends in cancer.
Rates of Testis cancer have a relative magnitude of between the 10th and 90th percentiles, with rates ranging from in India, Chennai to in UK, Wales. Rates of Kidney cancer have a relative magnitude of between the 10th and 90th percentiles, with rates ranging from in Seychelles to in USA, Virginia (Black).
Editorial Committee for the Atlas of Cancer Mortality (eds) () Atlas of cancer mortality in the People’s Republic of China. China map press no.Yan’ an Xilu, Shanghai Google Scholar Gardner MJ, Winter PD, Taylor CP, Aitcheson ED () Atlas of cancer mortality in england and wales.
Risks are provided at ward level, there are 8, wards in England and Wales with an average population of 6, people. A map of male skin cancer (melanoma) incidence - relative risk. "More people with bowel cancer were diagnosed after a visit to an emergency department in New Zealand, 27 per cent, than in England and Wales, 20 per cent." Advertisement Advertise with NZME.
Cancer diagnoses continue to increase. Inthere was a continued increase in the numbers of cancer diagnoses in England fromin (as published in ) tonew cancer diagnoses (excluding diagnoses for non-melanoma skin cancers).As in previous years, more cancers were diagnosed in males (,) than females (,).
Cancer Research UK is a registered charity in England and Wales (), Scotland (SC), the Isle of Man () and Jersey (). A company limited by guarantee.
Registered company in England and Wales () and the Isle of Man (F). Registered address: 2 Redman Place, London, E20 1JQ. Features. Cancer incidence in Wales, Latest available cancer incidence official statistics for Wales for years toby cancer type, sex, stage at diagnosis, health board and deprivation; Cancer survival in Wales, Latest available cancer survival official statistics for Wales.
Dyfed Wyn Huws: “Cancer survival continues to increase overall in Wales, but the. An interactive digital atlas that enables users to generate geographic maps of cancer rates, risk factors for cancer, screening statistics, and other geographically based data related to cancer.
The system offers free data downoad for research purposes. In the NCI Cancer Atlas you can: Select the type of Statistic and By-Variables shown on the map.Book: Atlas of cancer mortality in England and Wales + pp.
Abstract: This large-format colour atlas consists of 2 sections after the prefatory description of the book, the methods used to collect the data and comments on interpretation of the data: the 2 sections contain maps maps Subject Category: Publications.