Distribution of common male cancer diagnoses in Scotland 2017

This statistic displays the ranking of the most common cancers in men in Scotland in 2017, by share. In 2017, the most common cancer diagnosis in men was cancer of the prostate, affecting 22.2 percent of all men with cancer.

Distribution of common male cancer diagnoses in Scotland in 2017

Share of cancer cases
Prostate22.2%
Trachea, bronchus and lung16.3%
Colorectal13.6%
Head and Neck5.7%
Oesophagus4.1%
Kidney4.1%
Malignant melanoma of skin3.8%
Bladder3.6%
Non-Hodgkin's Lymphoma3.4%
Liver and intrahepatic2.7%
Other malignant neoplasms20.5%
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Source

Release date

April 2019

Region

United Kingdom (Scotland)

Survey time period

2017

Age group

All ages

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