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Few long-term prostate cancer survivors use diet or exercise to help with their prostate cancer, despite evidence supporting the use of diet and exercise to improve quality of life and cancer-related outcomes.

The Toronto Guidelines provide a highly functional framework that can be used to assign cancer stage at diagnosis using data routinely available in medical records for most childhood cancers.

Caution should be used when using breast cancer risk prediction models for women with a family history but negative BRCA1 and/or BRCA2 mutation test results.

Prostate cancer incidence and mortality rates have declined or stabilized during recent years in many countries, with these decreases being more pronounced in high-income countries.

The risk of developing a subsequent primary melanoma varies considerably between individuals and is particularly high for those with two or more previous melanomas.

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.

Introduction of temozolomide into standard care in 2005 coincided with improvements in survival and a rapid increase in temozolomide prescribing.