Survival

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A successful and effective strategy to improve questionnaire response rates among cancer survivors.Read more

Elderly breast cancer patients in Ireland are less likely to have ‘guideline’ loco-regional treatment, but more likely to have hormone therapy or chemotherapy, than in the Netherlands.Read more

Cancer in Ireland 1994-2012

The latest report of the National Cancer Registry summarizes incidence, mortality, survival and treatment for cancer in Ireland during 1994-2012, focusing particularly on 2010-...Read more

The most comprehensive international comparison of cancer survival to date, covering countries that are home to two-thirds of the world’s population, shows extremely wide differences in survival between countries.Read more

Bar chart of survival by year for all cancers

Survival statistics now provide data on Irish cancer patients diagnosed between 1994 and 2011, followed up to the end of 2012.Read more

Study reveals that the role of healthcare providers and socio-economic status in survival of men with prostate cancer could give rise to concerns that warrant further investigation.Read more

Chart of cumulative incidence - smoking

A new large population-based study finds that head and neck cancer patients who smoke at diagnosis have a significantly increased rate of death from cancer.Read more

A new report 'Cancer in Ireland 1994 - 2011' has been released by the National Cancer Registry.Read more

Cover of the 2014 annual report

The latest report from the National Cancer Registry shows that more than 19,000 invasive cancer cases were diagnosed on average each year in the period 2009-2011, with a lifetime...Read more

The latest trends report has been published by the National Cancer Registry.Read more

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