Five-year survival rates in children with diagnosed cancer by country

This statistic displays the five-year survival rate in children with diagnosed cancer, by selected locations, time periods, and type of cancer. In Australia, children with leukaemias had a five-year chance of survival of over 80 percent in the measured period 1997-2006. In comparison, Chinese children with leukaemias in Shanghai had a chance of little more than 50 percent to survive five years (measured in the period 2002-2005).

Five-year survival rates in children with diagnosed cancer in periods between 1990 and 2006, by country and type of cancer

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Source

Release date

February 2014

Region

Worldwide

Survey time period

1990 to 2006

Age group

0-14 years

Supplementary notes

* No figure available for Shanghai (China).
** No figures available for Thailand.
*** No figures available for Shanghai (China), Chennai (India) and Thailand.

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