Publications using our data
- NSW Cancer Registry
- NSW Clinical Cancer Registry (2008–2012)
- BreastScreen NSW
- NSW Pap Test Register
- Cancer Institute Tobacco Tracking Survey
Factor analysis is an approach that can be used to identify associations between exposure patterns and cancer risk.
Women aged ≥35 years are at increased risk of gestational breast cancer.
Physical disability, distress and reduced quality of life are common after cancer and vary according to cancer type.
Geriatric oncology patients are less likely to receive radiotherapy than their younger counterparts.
Alcohol consumption confers a significant risk of cancer, and drinking pattern may be independently related to breast cancer risk.
Patients receiving initial active treatment for localised prostate cancer had generally worse long term self-reported quality of life than men without a diagnosis of prostate cancer.
The risk of developing a subsequent primary melanoma varies considerably between individuals & is particularly high for those with two or more previous melanomas.
Lung cancer related healthcare costs appeared stable over the period 2006-2013.
Elevated serum CA19-9 concentration is a valid marker for CT-occult unresectable features. Clinical trials which evaluate the value of CA19-9 in the staging algorithm for pancreatic cancer are needed before it is routinely used in clinical practice.
Hydrochlorothiazide treatment was associated with an increased risk of both lip cancer and cutaneous melanoma, suggesting that hydrochlorothiazide's photosensitising properties may promote carcinogenesis in sun-exposed tissues.