Rate of newly diagnosed cases of cancer per 100,000 population in England from 1995 to 2016, by gender*

Cancer cases rate per 100,000 population in England 1995-2016 by gender This statistic shows the rate of registrations of newly diagnosed cases of cancer per 100,000 population in England from 1995 to 2016, 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 2016, 986.8 males and 746.4 females per 100,000 population were registered as newly diagnosed with cancer. This was an decrease on the previous years rate of registration among both males and females.
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YearFemalesMales
'95543.1766.6
'96545.9759.9
'97571.4784.8
'98580.2797.1
'99598.3810.2
'00593.2817.5
'01598.5827.7
'02591.6817.3
'03606.4820.1
'04615.8846.5
'05626.6848.1
'06641870.3
'07652.7883.6
'08693.4939.7
'09687.7939.4
'10700949.1
'11713.1956.6
'12722.2967.8
'13737.9991.1
'14740.1976
'15739.2973.8
'16746.4986.8
YearFemalesMales
'95543.1766.6
'96545.9759.9
'97571.4784.8
'98580.2797.1
'99598.3810.2
'00593.2817.5
'01598.5827.7
'02591.6817.3
'03606.4820.1
'04615.8846.5
'05626.6848.1
'06641870.3
'07652.7883.6
'08693.4939.7
'09687.7939.4
'10700949.1
'11713.1956.6
'12722.2967.8
'13737.9991.1
'14740.1976
'15739.2973.8
'16746.4986.8
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This statistic shows the rate of registrations of newly diagnosed cases of cancer per 100,000 population in England from 1995 to 2016, 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 2016, 986.8 males and 746.4 females per 100,000 population were registered as newly diagnosed with cancer. This was an decrease on the previous years rate of registration among both males and females.
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Release date
January 2018
Region
England
Survey time period
1995 to 2016
Supplementary notes
* The source adds that cancer registrations in England can take up to 5 years after the end of a given calendar year to reach 100% completeness, due to the continuing accrual of late registrations. The data has been assessed as 98% complete and published figures are likely to increase in future publications when late registrations are included.

Data refers to C00-C97- All malignant cancers.

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