Report

Cancer survival and prevalence in Australia: period estimates from 1982 to 2010

20 Sep 2012
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This report presents the latest national survival and prevalence statistics for cancers in Australia from 1982 to 2010.
Five-year survival for all cancers combined increased from 47% in 1982-1987 to 66% in 2006-2010. The largest survival gains over this time were for prostate cancer, kidney cancer and non-Hodgkin lymphoma.
In 2006-2010, cancers with the highest survival were those of the testis, lip, prostate and thyroid, and melanoma of the skin. In comparison, pancreatic cancer and mesothelioma had the lowest survival.
 

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English
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2012
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