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Cancer prevalence in {{ccg16nm}}

At the end of {{prevalence_year}}, {{full_prevalence_duration}} people in {{ccg16nm}} were living up to 21 years after a cancer diagnosis. This could rise to an estimated {{projection_prevalence_rounded}} by {{projection_year}}.

What can this show?

Cancer prevalence indicates the size of the population living with cancer and shows how these numbers vary for different cancer types. Prevalence can reflect trends in cancer incidence, mortality and survival, as well as advances in cancer treatment and detection, and the ageing of the population.

What is prevalence?

Prevalence is the number of cases of a disease that are present in a particular population at a given time.

Learn more about prevalence.

How many people are living with cancer at different time periods after their initial diagnosis?

People’s needs change during their cancer. Local data for different cancer types are shown below. This gives an indication of the total demand for care at different times after diagnosis and provides an alternative way to look at length of survival. Cancers such as lung cancer have proportionally fewer long-term survivors, whereas breast cancer has proportionally more.

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Data release dates

This 2015 prevalence data represented here was released in March 2018.

Prevalence data set will be updated later in 2019.

Projected prevalence

How will prevalence change in my area?

This chart shows projected prevalence. The number of people living with and beyond cancer is increasing and is set to rise further, if existing trends continue.

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How do cancer types differ by sex for prevalence in this region?

We're here to help everyone with cancer live life as fully as they can, providing physical, financial and emotional support. So whatever cancer throws your way, we're right there with you.

For information, support or just someone to talk to, call 0808 808 00 00 or visit macmillan.org.uk.

 

Rydyn ni yma i helpu pawb sydd â chanser i fyw bywyd mor llawn â phosibl, gan roi cymorth corfforol, ariannol ac emosiynol. Felly, beth bynnag y bydd yn rhaid ichi ei wynebu yn sgil canser, byddwn ni yno gyda chi.

Am wybodaeth neu gymorth, neu i sgwrsio â rhywun, ffoniwch 0808 808 00 00 neu ewch i macmillan.org.uk.