Mortality

This short report outlines data on Hodgkin’s lymphoma in Ireland between 1994 and 2011. An average of 101 cases of was diagnosed per year during this period, equating to an incidence rate of 2.5 cases per 100,000 per year. Representing 16% of all...Read more

In the latest trends report, published today by the National Cancer Registry, it is shown that an average of 101 cases of Hodgkins lymphoma (HL) are diagnosed per year in Ireland. Representing less than 1% of all invasive cancers diagnosed in...Read more

This report describes incidence, mortality, treatment and survival for colorectal cancer in Ireland for the period 1994-2010. Colorectal cancer made up 11% of all cancers in women and 14% in men in 2007-2009, making it the second most common...Read more

All Ireland Cancer Statistics 1994-1996

This report, produced in collaboration with the Northern Ireland Cancer Registry, describes incidence, mortality, treatment and survival rates of cancer on the island of Ireland from 1994-1996.Read more

Trends in Irish cancer mortality rates 1950-2020

This report describes trends in cancer mortality in Ireland from 1950-2020 with predictions to 2015. The age-standardised mortality rate for most cancers is predicted to fall between 1998-2002 and 2015. In absolute terms, the largest projected...Read more

A report just published by the National Cancer Registry gives a comprehensive description of incidence, mortality, treatment and survival for colorectal cancer in Ireland from 1994 to 2010. Colorectal cancer made up 11% of all cancers in women...Read more

A short report published today by the National Cancer Registry gives an outline of thyroid cancer incidence, treatment, survival and mortality in Ireland. Thyroid cancer accounts for just 1% of all invasive cancers and is more commonly diagnosed...Read more

Breast cancer in Ireland: 1994-2009

This report describes incidence, mortality, treatment and survival for breast cancer in Ireland for the period 1994-2009, with international comparisons. It shows that:

Breast cancer was, after non-melanoma skin cancer, the commonest cancer...Read more
Lung cancer in Ireland 1994-2008

This report shows that while both incidence and mortality rates from lung cancer are falling in men, the incidence rate in women is increasing by over 2% per year, with the largest increase (4% a year) in women under 55. Lung cancer has now...Read more

Cancer in Ireland 2011

This annual statistical report for 2011 shows that the number of cancer cases diagnosed each year has risen by almost 50% since the mid 1990's and that over 90,000 people are now alive 15 years after their cancer diagnosis. The report estimates...Read more

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