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Recent hospital diagnosis data were valid for identifying incident cases for six of the twelve most common cancer types. The level of identification was generally higher for cases aged < 80 years, those with known disease stage and cases living in higher socioeconomic areas.

Lung cancer specialist centres listed for Sydney and NSW regions

Lung cancer specialist centres listed for Sydney and NSW regions

RD-staging provided the greatest stage data completeness and alignment to AJCC-TNM for prostate cancers, followed by breast, then melanoma and lung cancers.

Learn how this survey measures tobacco-related knowledge, attitudes and behaviours among NSW adults

What is lung cancer? Find the latest lung cancer statistics including incidence, mortality and survival in NSW.

What is lung cancer? Find the latest lung cancer statistics including incidence, mortality and survival in NSW.

The chance of surviving lung cancer is best when the cancer is diagnosed at an early stage—know the signs and symptoms to look for.

Health service use and risk factor associations in 45 and Up Study participants diagnosed with bowel or lung cancer showed little evidence of bias when compared to the source population of people diagnosed with these cancers.