Cancer cases rate per 100,000 population in England 2016-17 by gender

Rate of newly diagnosed cases of cancer per 100,000 population in England from 2016 to 2017, by gender*

by Conor Stewart, last edited May 21, 2019
Cancer cases rate per 100,000 population in England 2016-17 by gender This statistic shows the rate of registrations of newly diagnosed cases of cancer, excluding non-melanoma skin cancer per 100,000 population in England from 2016 to 2017, by gender. Cancer is an aggregation of diseases in which cells within a part of the body begin to grow abnormally, often spreading to other parts of the body. In 2017, approximately 655.7 males per 100,000 population and 538 females per 100,000 population were newly diagnosed with cancer excluding non-melanoma skin cancer.
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Rate of newly diagnosed cases of cancer per 100,000 population in England from 2016 to 2017, by gender*

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