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1.4.i One-year survival from all cancers
- Date Range:
- (Not specified)
- Publication Date:
- 21 May 2020
- Next Publication Date:
- 20 May 2021
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A measure of the number of adults diagnosed with any type of cancer in a year who are still alive one year after diagnosis.
This indicator attempts to capture the success of the NHS in preventing people from dying once they have been diagnosed with any type of cancer.
As of May 2020, please refer to the data tables published by Public Health England (PHE). This publication is released on an annual basis.
A link to the PHE publications, within which the data is held, is available via the resource link below. On the publication page select the ‘Data Tables index of cancer survival 20xx to 20xx’. The data for this indicator is available by applying suitable filters to the dataset contained within the 'Data_Complete’ tab.
Legacy unique identifier: P01734