Share of Canada new cancer cases in females by type 2019

This statistic displays the distribution of estimated new cancer cases among females in Canada by cancer type as of 2019. It is estimated for that year that 2.5 percent of new cancer cases among females will be due to bladder cancer. Cancer is one of the leading causes of premature death and almost half the individuals in Canada will develop this disease during their lifetime.

Distribution of new cancer cases among females in Canada as of 2019, by type

Percentage of new cases
Breast25%
Lung and bronchus13.5%
Colorectal10.9%
Body of uterus and uterus NOS6.7%
Thyroid5.7%
Non-Hodgkin lymphoma4.1%
Melanoma3.3%
Ovary2.8%
Pancreas2.6%
Leukemia2.5%
Bladder2.5%
Kidney and renal pelvis2.3%
Oral1.5%
Stomach1.4%
Multiple myeloma1.3%
Cervix1.3%
Brain/CNS1.2%
Liver0.7%
Esophagus0.5%
Hodgkin lymphoma0.4%
Larynx0.2%
All other cancers9.6%
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Source

Release date

September 2019

Region

Canada

Survey time period

As of 2019

Supplementary notes

* Estimated.
CNS: central nervous system
NOS: not otherwise specified

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