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Cancer Incidence and Mortality in England and WalesTrends and Risk Factors$

Anthony Swerdlow, Isabel Dos Santos Silva, and Richard Doll

Print publication date: 2001

Print ISBN-13: 9780192627483

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: September 2009

DOI: 10.1093/acprof:oso/9780192627483.001.0001

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Cancer Incidence and Mortality in England and Wales
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Five year survival from selected cancers incident 1971–92 in East Anglia and 1981 and 1989 in England and Wales. Ages 0–84 years at incidence unless otherwise specified

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Figure A1 Five-year survival (crude), by age. All malignant neoplasms except non-melanoma skin cancer. Five-year survival by age, East Anglia, cases incident 1971–92.

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Figure A2 All malignant neoplasms except non-melanoma skin cancer. Five-year survival (crude), ages 0–84 years, East Anglia, cases incident 1971–92, with 95% CI, and England and Wales, cases incident 1981 and 1989.

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Figure A3 Cancers of tongue, mouth, and pharynx. Five-year survival (crude), ages 0–84 years, East Anglia, cases incident 1971–92, with 95% CI.

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Figure A4 Cancer of oesophagus. Five-year survival (crude), ages 0–84 years, East Anglia, cases incident 1971–92, with 95% CI, and England and Wales, cases incident 1981 and 1989.

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Figure A5 Cancer of stomach. Five-year survival (crude), ages 0–84 years, East Anglia, cases incident 1971–92, with 95% CI, and England and Wales, cases incident 1981 and 1989.

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Figure A6 Cancers of colon and rectum. Five-year survival (crude), ages 0–84 years, East Anglia, cases incident 1971–92, with 95% CI, and England and Wales, cases incident 1981 and 1989.

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Figure A7 Cancer of pancreas. Five-year survival (crude), ages 0–84 years, East Anglia, cases incident 1971–92, with 95% CI, and England and Wales, cases incident 1981 and 1989.

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Figure A8 Cancer of larynx. Five-year survival (crude), ages 0–84 years, East Anglia, cases incident 1971–92, with 95% CI.

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Figure A9 Cancer of lung. Five-year survival (crude), ages 0–84 years, East Anglia, cases incident 1971–92, with 95% CI, and England and Wales, cases incident 1981 and 1989.

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Figure A10 Cancer of soft tissues. Five-year survival (crude), ages 0–84 years, East Anglia, cases incident 1971–92, with 95% CI.

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Figure A11 Malignant melanoma of skin. Five-year survival (crude), ages 0-84 years, East Anglia, cases incident 1971–92, with 95% CI, and England and Wales, cases incident 1981 and 1989.

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Figure A12 (a) Cancer of breast, females. Five-year survival (crude), ages 0–84 years, East Anglia, cases incident 1971–92, with 95% CI, and England and Wales, cases incident 1981 and 1989.

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Figure A12 (b) Cancer of breast, females. Five-year survival (crude) by age, East Anglia, cases incident 1971–92, with 95% CI.

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Figure A13 (a) Cancer of cervix. Five-year survival (crude), ages 0–84 years, East Anglia, cases incident 1971–92, with 95% CI, and England and Wales, cases incident 1981 and 1989.

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Figure A13 (b) Cancer of cervix. Five-year survival (crude) by age, East Anglia, cases incident 1971–92, with 95% CI.

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Figure A14 Cancer of corpus uteri and uterus unspecified. Five-year survival (crude), ages 0–84 years, East Anglia, cases incident 1971–92, with 95% CI.

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Figure A15 Cancer of ovary. Five-year survival (crude), ages 0–84 years, East Anglia, cases incident 1971–92, with 95% CI, and England and Wales, cases incident 1981 and 1989.

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Figure A16 Cancer of prostate. Five-year survival (crude), ages 0–84 years, East Anglia, cases incident 1971–92, with 95% CI, and England and Wales, cases incident 1981 and 1989.

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Figure A17 Cancer of testis. Five-year survival (crude) by histological type, ages 0–84 years, East Anglia, cases incident 1971–92, with 95% CI.

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Figure A18 Cancer of bladder. Five-year survival (crude), ages 0–84 years, East Anglia, cases incident 1971–92, with 95% CI, and England and Wales, cases incident 1981 and 1989.

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Figure A19 Cancer of kidney. Five-year survival (crude), ages 0–84 years, East Anglia, cases incident 1971–92, with 95% CI, and England and Wales, cases incident 1981 and 1989.

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Figure A20 Cancer of eye. Five-year survival (crude), ages 0–84 years, East Anglia, cases incident 1971–92, with 95% CI.

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Figure A21 Tumours of nervous system (benign and malignant). Five-year survival (crude), ages 0–84 years, East Anglia, cases incident 1971–92, with 95% CI.

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Figure A22 Cancer of thyroid. Five-year survival (crude), ages 0–84 years, East Anglia, cases incident 1971–92, with 95% CI.

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Figure A23 Hodgkin's disease. Five-year survival (crude), ages 0–84 years, East Anglia, cases incident 1971–92, with 95% CI.

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Figure A24 Non-Hodgkin's lymphoma. Five-year survival (crude), ages 0–84 years, East Anglia, cases incident 1971–92, with 95% CI, and England and Wales, cases incident 1981 and 1989.

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Figure A25 Multiple myeloma. Five-year survival (crude), ages 0–84 years, East Anglia, cases incident 1971–92, with 95% CI.

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Figure A26 Leukaemia. Five-year survival (crude), ages 0–84 years, East Anglia, cases incident 1971–92, with 95% CI, and England and Wales, cases incident 1981 and 1989.