Incidence

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The latest short report from the National Cancer Registry, published today, notes increases in incidence of childhood cancer between 1994 and 2014, partly...Read more

The latest short report from the National Cancer Registry, published today, notes increases in incidence of childhood cancer between 1994 and 2014, partly reflecting population increases and diagnostic improvements, but ongoing major reductions...Read more

This report summarises trends in incidence, stage, treatment, mortality and survival for liver cancer in Ireland.Read more

Cancer rates may have plateaued: latest report from the National Cancer Registry
Cover of the 2016 Annual Report

The latest annual report from the National Cancer Registry, Ireland’s premier source of cancer information, suggests that, although the total number of cancers continues to rise, mainly due to the ageing of our growing population, there is some...Read more

This report summarises trends in incidence, stage, treatment, mortality and survival for prostate cancer in Ireland. On average, 3,364 cases per year were diagnosed during 2012-2014. Following a period of sustained increase in incidence rates...Read more

A new research report has been published by Public Health England on the challenges in measuring deprivation in the context of cancer. The National Cancer Registry was involved in supplying...Read more

Childhood cancer chart

For Childhood Cancer Awareness Month, the NCR has updated childhood cancer incidence stats to the year 2013.Read more

Cover of the Cancer Inequalities Report

A major new report, published online by the National Cancer Registry today, highlights strong patterns of cancer inequality by deprivation, age and, to a lesser extent, urban/rural status. These factors influence the risk of developing cancer (incidence) and the survival, stage at presentation, treatment and associated health conditions (comorbidities) of cancer patients in Ireland. In many instances, these patterns of inequality apply across a range of cancer types.Read more

Graph of least vs. most deprived groups

A major new report, published online by the National Cancer Registry today, highlights strong patterns of cancer inequality by deprivation, age and, to a lesser extent, urban/rural status. These factors influence the risk of developing cancer (incidence) and the survival, stage at presentation, treatment and associated health conditions (comorbidities) of cancer patients in Ireland. In many instances, these patterns of inequality apply across a range of cancer types.Read more

Route of presentation for breast cancer 1996-2013

The latest trends report just published by the National Cancer Registry shows that the chances of a woman developing malignant breast cancer before her 75th birthday currently...Read more

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