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Cancer statistics in England

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Prevalence

At the end of {{prevalence_year}} around {{full_prevalence_duration}}

people were living up to 21 years after a cancer diagnosis in {{ccg16nm}}.

Incidence

Between {{asr_start}} and {{asr_end}} there was an average of
{{inc_asr}} new {{cancer_type}} cancer diagnoses for every 100,000 {{sex}} per year.

This is lower than the England average of 25.

Mortality

Between {{asr_start}} and {{asr_end}} an average of
{{mort_asr}} {{sex}} in every 100,000 died from {{cancer_type}} cancer each year.

This is lower than the England average of 4.

Survival

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