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Here we provide the latest cancer statistics for the UK, as well as what proportion of cancer cases could be prevented through improved diet, physical activity and body weight. ??
5 year cancer survival estimates for children aged 0 to 14 years diagnosed from 1990 to 2006 and followed up to 2015.
1 in 2 people in the UK born after 1960 will be diagnosed with some form of cancer during their lifetime. Females have the highest lifetime risk of breast, lung and bowel cancers. Males have the highest lifetime risk of prostate, lung and bowel cancers.
Over the last 40 years cancer survival rates have more than doubled. Today, one in two people diagnosed with cancer will live for more than 10 years.1 Lives are being transformed. This is thanks to improvements in early diagnosis and treatment, coupled with advances in our understanding of cancer...
Publisher: Northern Ireland Cancer Network (NICaN)
Transforming the future for prostate cancerâ€™ sets out five major goals that the Charity believe need to be achieved for people affected by prostate cancer by 2020. These goals will be reached when everyone concerned â€“ people affected by the disease, charities, health professionals, the NHS,...