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In 2012, the risk for Australian males of being diagnosed with cancer before their
85th birthday was 1 in 2. The most common diagnoses were prostate (1 in 5 ...
Cancer data (AIHW)
Comprehensive reports on a range of cancer topics, including the flagship
publication, Cancer in Australia: an overview 2014, as well as more detailed
Breast cancer (AIHW)
In 2012, there were 15,166 new cases of breast cancer diagnosed in Australia (
116 males and 15,050 females). In 2016, it is estimated that 16,084 new cases of
Australasian Association of Cancer Registries (AACR) (AIHW)
Disclaimer: The opinions, comments or analyses expressed in documents of the
Australasian Association of Cancer Registries (AACR) are those of the AACR, ...
Cancer mortality trends and projections: 2014 to 2025 (AIHW)
Cancer is a diverse group of diseases, and while each has its own specific risk
factors, progression, treatment and prognosis, reporting and projecting the ...
Lung cancer (AIHW)
In 2012, there were 10,926 new cases of lung cancer diagnosed in Australia (
6,462 males and 4,464 females). In 2016, it is estimated that 12,203 new cases of
Cancer incidence in Australia by small geographic areas (AIHW)
This report card provides a quick, at-a-glance view of cancer incidence and
mortality in Australia by Primary Health Network (PHN) and Statistical Area Level
Australian Cancer Incidence and Mortality (ACIM) books (AIHW)
Jan 29, 2016 ... The ACIM books are Excel workbooks of summary statistics, tables and graphs
by age, year and sex for major cancers and all cancers ...
Australian Cancer Database (ACD) (AIHW)
The Australian Cancer Database (ACD) is a data collection of all primary,
malignant cancers diagnosed in Australia since 1982. The following exclusions
Melanoma skin cancer (AIHW)
In 2013, there were 1,617 deaths from melanoma skin cancer in Australia (1,107
males and 510 females). In 2016, it is estimated that this will decrease to 1,774 ...
Cancer in Australia: an overview 2014 (AIHW)
Dec 18, 2014 ... Cancer in Australia: an overview 2014 presents the latest available information
on national population screening programs, cancer incidence, ...
Cancer screening in Australia by small geographic areas (AIHW)
This report card provides a brief, at-a-glance view of all National Bowel Cancer
Screening Program (NBCSP), BreastScreen Australia and National Cervical ...
Cancer screening programs in Australia (AIHW)
Cancer screening programs aim to reduce illness and death resulting from
cancer through an organised approach to screening. Australia has three cancer ...
Prostate cancer (AIHW)
In 2012, there were 20,065 new cases of prostate cancer diagnosed in Australia.
In 2016, it is estimated that 18,138 new cases of prostate cancer will be ...
National Cancer Statistics Clearing House (NCSCH) (AIHW)
The National Cancer Statistics Clearing House (NCSCH) was established in
1986 as the national repository of cancer incidence and mortality statistics.
Cervical cancer (AIHW)
In 2012, there were 869 new cases of cervical cancer diagnosed in Australia. In
2016, it is estimated that 903 new cases of cervical cancer will be diagnosed in ...
Cancer in Australia: in brief 2014 (AIHW)
Dec 18, 2014 ... Cancer in Australia: in brief 2014 presents key points and trends from the
Australian Institute of Health and Welfare's latest biennial report about ...
Cancer in Australia: key facts (AIHW)
Cancer is a diverse group of diseases in which some of the body's cells become
defective and multiply out of control. These defective (abnormal) cells form ...
Breast cancer screening (AIHW)
Cancer is a group of several hundred diseases in which abnormal cells are not
destroyed naturally by the body but instead multiply and spread out of control.
Cancer and screening publications (AIHW)
Skin cancer (melanoma and non-melanoma skin cancers) accounts for the
largest number of cancers diagnosed in Australia each year. This report provides
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