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Compared with the general NSW population, people living with an undiagnosed HIV infection were more likely to be diagnosed with cancer. HIV diagnoses tended to occur very rapidly following a cancer diagnosis.

Find data and information about how different cancers impact on the people of NSW. Cancer in NSW impacts people living with a cancer diagnosis, caring for a loved one, or searching for a cure.

The risk of lung cancer was increased for both biologic naïve and tumour necrosis factor inhibitor exposed patients compared with the general population, suggesting that rheumatoid arthritis status or other treatments may be involved.

Understanding more about cancer can help people to reduce their risk, approach their own diagnosis with confidence, or support other people living with the cancer.

Find statistics on how cancers impact on the people of NSW - including most common cancers, incidence and survival data for many cancer types.

How is our cancer data sourced and calculated? Explore how the latest data and trends including incidence, mortality and survival, are found for cancer in NSW.

Actual radiotherapy utilisation estimates in incident primary cancers in NSW are different depending on the method used, and all methods used in this study were below optimal.

Survival rates for people with cancer in NSW are among the best in the world and continue to improve, thanks to early detection and advances in care and treatment.