This analysis contains data on incidence, mortality, stage and survival of patients with ovary, fallopian tube and primary peritoneal carcinomas in England. These data support the report "Ovary, fallopian tube and primary peritoneal carcinoma: Incidence, mortality, stage and survival" as part of the Ovarian Cancer Audit Feasibility Pilot, available on the NCRAS website.
The Ovarian Cancer Audit Feasibility Pilot is a collaboration between the gynaecological oncology clinical community, the charity sector and Public Health England to perform meaningful analysis of routinely collected data for the purposes of improving care and outcomes for women diagnosed with ovarian cancer in England. The Ovarian Cancer Audit Feasibility Pilot is jointly funded by The British Gynaecological Cancer Society, Target Ovarian Cancer and Ovarian Cancer Action and is being delivered by analysts at the National Cancer Registration and Analysis Service, part of Public Health England. The pilot will run for 2 years and will publish a range of data outputs on ovarian cancer throughout that time, including a final report on the audit and its findings, bringing all the analysis into one place.
The workbook constitutes the first in a series of analyses for the 2 year project. It provides a detailed insight into the status of this disease in England at the commencement of the project, including details of disease incidence, mortality and survival. In keeping with international ovarian cancer analyses, we have included cases of ovary, fallopian tube and primary peritoneal cancer within our definition of “ovarian cancer” in these analyses, and for the survival statistics we have excluded ovarian tumours of borderline malignant potential (except where specifically indicated for historical comparison purposes).
Full details of the Ovarian Cancer Audit Feasibility Pilot can be found on the project page on this website.
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