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Cover of cancer projections for Ireland 2015 – 2040

This report of cancer incidence projections shows that the incidence of cancer in Ireland is expected to double by 2040. With the exception of leukemia in males, the number of cancers is projected to increase for all cancer types between 2010 and...Read more

Five-year relative survival figures updated.Read more

Recent media coverage has interpreted information from the National Cancer Registry as suggesting a link between cancer rates in Cobh, Co. Cork and a former steel plant on Haulbowline Island, near the town. The Registry does not believe that this...Read more

This report presents extrapolations of National Cancer Registry incidence data for 1994-2006 to the years 2010-2035. Between 2005 and 2035, the overall number of invasive cancers is projected to increase by 17,063 (165%, 6% annually) for females and by 24,809 (213%, 7% annually) for males. If non-melanoma cancer of the skin is excluded, over the same period the number of invasive cancers is projected to increase by 12,479 (168%, 6% annually) for females and by 19,139 (232%, 8% annually) for males.Read more

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