We have published the first UK-wide report on children, teenage and young adult cancers in almost a decade. The report combines data on cancer incidence, survival and mortality from cancer registries in the four UK countries and this blog looks at 5 of the key points.
In partnership with Cancer Research UK, PHE has published new data showing the secondary care diagnostic intervals for cancer patients in England diagnosed in 2014-2015. This blog outlines 7 things the data has taught us.
Every 30 minutes someone dies from bowel cancer, making it the UK’s second biggest cancer killer. This blog looks at seven ways to reduce the risk of contracting it.
PHE has the most comprehensive collection of cancer data in the world. This blog gives an oversight of how it is gathered and used.
In the East Midlands Cancer Research UK and Public Health England have been working together with the Cancer Alliance, and local authorities to try to do something about preventable cancer.
PHE, in partnership with Cancer Research UK, have published new data showing how chemotherapy, radiotherapy and surgery rates vary for different groups of patients in England.
Previously, there has been limited research into the trends and patterns in treatment for patients when they are diagnosed with stage IV cancer, compared to those for early stage cancer.