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Cancer survival in the 'spearhead' PCTs


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Cancer survival in the 'spearhead' PCTs

This report presents cancer survival for adult patients (aged 15-99) resident in the spearhead PCTs in England, compared with the rest of England.

The table and charts give the one and five-year age-standardised relative survival for patients diagnosed with one of the following cancers: bladder, breast (women), cervix, colon, lung, oesophagus, ovary, prostate, rectum and stomach.