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.
There was variation in the use of palliative radiation therapy fractionation for brain metastases in NSW.
Knowledge of late treatment-related effects can guide surveillance of survivors and treatment modification, without compromising the high rates of survival from childhood cancers.
Differences in cancer registration practices were only able to partly explain international differences in cancer survival.
Physical disability, distress and reduced quality of life are common after cancer and vary according to cancer type.
The strongest and most consistent predictor of earlier stage at diagnosis was BreastScreen NSW participation.
Single fraction radiation therapy is underused for the treatment of bone metastases in NSW.
The incidence of hepatic cancer in children appears to have increased over the last 30 years in Australia and North America. Previously observed survival gaps between these countries were no longer apparent.
The increasing use of CT scanning, improvements in pathological assessment of the appendix, and the growing aging population may have contributed in part to the apparent rise in the incidence of appendiceal neoplasms.