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The number of hospital separations involving urgent and semi-urgent surgery for malignant bowel, breast or lung cancer for patients who...
A person who has been previously been diagnosed with a cancer, who is currently in remission.
The anatomical extent of disease in a person with cancer.
Screening rates for bowel cancer for people within national target groups.
An indicator of whether a primary cancer has spread to a distant site in a person with cancer.
The stage grouping defines the anatomical extent of disease at diagnosis based on the previously coded T, N and M...
Median waiting time for people who had urgent or semi-urgent surgery for malignant bowel, breast or lung cancer and who...
The percentage of people who returned a positive National Bowel Cancer Screening Program (NBCSP) screening test in a 12-month period,...
Screening rates for breast cancer for women within national target age group
The morphology of a cancer refers to the histological classification of the cancer tissue (histopathological type) and a description of...
The depth of invasion of a cervical cancer tumour into the cervical wall for a person with cervical cancer.
The cancer-directed surgical procedure performed during the initial course of treatment for cancer.
The type of treatment administered during the course of treatment for cancer.
The cancer-directed treatment administered during the course of treatment for cancer, other than surgery, radiotherapy or systemic therapy.
The percentage of hospital separations involving urgent or semi-urgent surgery for malignant bowel, breast or lung cancer for people who:
The type of treatment for cancer given as initial treatment for the particular patient.
The surgical procedure used in the primary treatment of the cancer.