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  • The impact of adjustment for socioeconomic status on comparisons of cancer incidence between two European countries | National Cancer Registry Ireland
    Research reports Scientific papers Presentations All Ireland cancer statistics Infographics Research Research themes Descriptive epidemiology Health services research Aetiological research Research projects Research publications Research reports Scientific papers Presentations Research partners Research team FAQs All FAQs FAQs about us About our data how we collect it Using interpreting our data Cancer information Troubleshooting The impact of adjustment for socioeconomic status on comparisons of cancer incidence between two European countries Home Research Research publications Scientific papers The impact of adjustment for socioeconomic status Research themes Descriptive epidemiology Health services research Aetiological research Research projects Research publications Research reports Scientific papers Presentations Research partners Research team Status Epublication ahead of print Publication date Sunday December 22 2013 Cancers All invasive Related staff Prof Linda Sharp Dr Sandra Deady Mr Neil McCluskey Dr Harry Comber Retired External link http www ncbi nlm nih gov pmc articles PMC3881585 Authors Donnelly DW Hegarty A Sharp L Carsin AE Deady S McCluskey N Comber H Gavin A Journal J Cancer Epidemiol PMID 24454373 Related news Cancer rates should not be adjusted for socio economic status in international comparisons New study reveals risk of several cancers is higher in urban areas Related projects Geographical studies Printer friendly

    Original URL path: http://www.ncri.ie/research/scientific-papers/impact-adjustment-socioeconomic-status-comparisons-cancer-incidence (2014-07-21)
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  • New study reveals risk of several cancers is higher in urban areas | National Cancer Registry Ireland
    Access Officer What we do Governance Vacancies Our staff Links Tweets by IrishCancerReg A new paper published in the Journal of Urban Health by researchers at the National Cancer Registry and Northern Ireland Cancer Registry reports that the risk of several cancers is higher in people who live in urban compared to rural areas The research team including Prof Linda Sharp Dr Sandra Deady Mr Neil McCluskey and Dr Harry Comber at the National Cancer Registry used data from the two registries to investigate urban rural variations in the incidence of 18 common cancers during 1994 2007 After adjusting for age jurisdiction and several markers of socio economic status the team found that risk of 12 cancers varied significantly between urban and rural areas For 11 of these cancers risk was significantly higher in urban areas The exception was prostate cancer for this cancer risk was significantly lower in men resident in urban than rural areas The cancers where the risk was higher in urban residents included head neck oesophageal stomach colorectal lung bladder and non melanoma skin cancer Risks of breast cervical kidney and brain cancer were also significantly higher in females in urban areas The authors suggest that for some cancers the raised risks are likely to be explained by urban rural variations in healthcare utilization e g prostate specific antigen testing and or known risk factors e g smoking infection with human papillomavirus For others there are no obvious explanations and in the interests of greater equity further investigation is warranted Related papers The impact of adjustment for socioeconomic status on comparisons of cancer incidence between two European countries Risk of several cancers is higher in urban areas after adjusting for socioeconomic status Results from a two country population based study of 18 common cancers Related projects

    Original URL path: http://www.ncri.ie/news/article/new-study-reveals-risk-several-cancers-higher-urban-areas (2014-07-21)
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  • Risk of several cancers is higher in urban areas after adjusting for socioeconomic status. Results from a two-country population-based study of 18 common cancers | National Cancer Registry Ireland
    statistics Infographics Research Research themes Descriptive epidemiology Health services research Aetiological research Research projects Research publications Research reports Scientific papers Presentations Research partners Research team FAQs All FAQs FAQs about us About our data how we collect it Using interpreting our data Cancer information Troubleshooting Risk of several cancers is higher in urban areas after adjusting for socioeconomic status Results from a two country population based study of 18 common cancers Home Research Research publications Scientific papers Risk of several cancers is higher in urban areas a Research themes Descriptive epidemiology Health services research Aetiological research Research projects Research publications Research reports Scientific papers Presentations Research partners Research team Status Epublication ahead of print Publication date Wednesday January 29 2014 Cancers All invasive Related staff Prof Linda Sharp Dr Sandra Deady Mr Neil McCluskey Dr Harry Comber Retired External link http link springer com article 10 1007 2Fs11524 013 9846 3 Authors Sharp L Donnelly D Hegarty A Carsin AE Deady S McCluskey N Gavin A Comber H Journal J Urban Health PMID 24474611 Related news Cancer rates should not be adjusted for socio economic status in international comparisons New study reveals risk of several cancers is higher in urban

    Original URL path: http://www.ncri.ie/research/scientific-papers/risk-several-cancers-higher-urban-areas-after-adjusting-socioeconomic-0 (2014-07-21)
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  • February 2014
    comparisons Thursday February 20 2014 14 41 A new paper published in the Journal of Cancer Epidemiology by researchers at the Read more Socioeconomic status All Ireland International comparisons Incidence New job vacancy Project Manager Thursday February 20 2014 09 24 A job vacancy for Project Manager IPCOR is available This position is based in Dublin See more details in the Vacancies section Read more New study reveals risk of

    Original URL path: http://www.ncri.ie/print/news/201402 (2014-07-21)
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  • January 2014 | National Cancer Registry Ireland
    do Governance Vacancies Our staff Links Data statistics Data we collect Cancer factsheets Online cancer incidence Survival statistics Data set download Cancer rates mapped Request data Publications Annual financial reports Cancer trends projections Statistical reports Cancer atlases Research publications Research reports Scientific papers Presentations All Ireland cancer statistics Infographics Research Research themes Descriptive epidemiology Health services research Aetiological research Research projects Research publications Research reports Scientific papers Presentations Research partners Research team FAQs All FAQs FAQs about us About our data how we collect it Using interpreting our data Cancer information Troubleshooting About us News January 2014 News NCRI Newsletter Contact us Complaints Access Officer What we do Governance Vacancies Our staff Links Tweets by IrishCancerReg January 2014 Status message The text size have been saved as 100 The text size have been saved as 100 The text size have been saved as 93 Items per page 7 15 25 50 75 Cancer projections for Ireland 2015 2040 Monday January 27 2014 08 30 The latest projections from the National Cancer Registry show that the incidence of cancer in Ireland is expected to double Read more Incidence Projections Report WHO IARC World Cancer Report 2014 press briefing Friday January 24 2014 12 14 In the run up to World Cancer Day 2014 the specialized cancer agency of the World Health Organization the International Agency for Research on Cancer IARC is holding a press briefing to launch its Read more World Report IARC New survival data analysis available Thursday January 16 2014 16 05 A new dynamic survival search facility is now available on the survival statistics page It is possible to search by the following categories Survival by year Survival by age Read more Survival Cancer data Statistics Data Printer friendly version News Archive July 2014 2 June 2014 3

    Original URL path: http://www.ncri.ie/news/201401?theme=skifi (2014-07-21)
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  • January 2014 | National Cancer Registry Ireland
    Using interpreting our data Cancer information Troubleshooting January 2014 Home About us News January 2014 News NCRI Newsletter Contact us Complaints Access Officer What we do Governance Vacancies Our staff Links Tweets by IrishCancerReg Items per page 7 15 25 50 75 Cancer projections for Ireland 2015 2040 Monday January 27 2014 08 30 The latest projections from the National Cancer Registry show that the incidence of cancer in Ireland is expected to double Read more Incidence Projections Report WHO IARC World Cancer Report 2014 press briefing Friday January 24 2014 12 14 In the run up to World Cancer Day 2014 the specialized cancer agency of the World Health Organization the International Agency for Research on Cancer IARC is holding a press briefing to launch its Read more World Report IARC New survival data analysis available Thursday January 16 2014 16 05 A new dynamic survival search facility is now available on the survival statistics page It is possible to search by the following categories Survival by year Survival by age Read more Survival Cancer data Statistics Data Printer friendly version News Archive July 2014 2 June 2014 3 May 2014 8 April 2014 6 March 2014 7 February

    Original URL path: http://www.ncri.ie/news/201401?theme=accessible (2014-07-21)
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  • WHO/IARC World Cancer Report 2014 press briefing | National Cancer Registry Ireland
    papers Presentations All Ireland cancer statistics Infographics Research Research themes Descriptive epidemiology Health services research Aetiological research Research projects Research publications Research reports Scientific papers Presentations Research partners Research team FAQs All FAQs FAQs about us About our data how we collect it Using interpreting our data Cancer information Troubleshooting About us News WHO IARC World Cancer Report 2014 press briefing News NCRI Newsletter Contact us Complaints Access Officer What we do Governance Vacancies Our staff Links Tweets by IrishCancerReg WHO IARC World Cancer Report 2014 press briefing In the run up to World Cancer Day 2014 the specialized cancer agency of the World Health Organization the International Agency for Research on Cancer IARC is holding a press briefing to launch its latest World Cancer Report The briefing will provide key perspectives into the causes of cancer and the development of cancer research over the past five years Experts will present a comprehensive analysis of the latest trends in cancer incidence mortality and prevalence WHY World Cancer Report 2014 reveals that treatment alone cannot win the battle against cancer The report highlights striking cancer trends and shows that key priorities should be given to cancer prevention and control measures WHO Dr Christopher Wild Director of IARC and co editor of World Cancer Report 2014 Dr Bernard W Stewart co editor of World Cancer Report 2014 and Dr Freddie Bray Deputy Head of the Cancer Information Section at IARC will address journalists questions WHEN Monday 3 February 2014 at 11 00 London time CET 1 WHERE At the Royal Society Library Events Room 6 9 Carlton House Terrace London SW1Y 5AG Contact Véronique Terrasse Press Officer IARC Communications Group Email TerrasseV at iarc dot fr com at iarc dot fr Web www iarc fr Tel 33 4 72 73 83 66

    Original URL path: http://www.ncri.ie/news/article/whoiarc-world-cancer-report-2014-press-briefing (2014-07-21)
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  • New survival data analysis available | National Cancer Registry Ireland
    about us About our data how we collect it Using interpreting our data Cancer information Troubleshooting New survival data analysis available Home About us News New survival data analysis available News NCRI Newsletter Contact us Complaints Access Officer What we do Governance Vacancies Our staff Links Tweets by IrishCancerReg A new dynamic survival search facility is now available on the survival statistics page It is possible to search by the following categories Survival by year Survival by age Survival by region Stage specific survival Age specific survival All detailed search Basic survival this is former statistics page You can search the survival reports by cancer type sex years and age type depending on the type of analysis Reports will provide Survival curve for 1 to 5 years Bar chart of 5 year survival Tabulation of 1 3 and 5 year survival An export facility of all analyses is available on the report For more specific requirements a detailed search is also now online You can search by many parameters and multiple selections of each parameter For example you can extract all available survival statistics for multiple cancers Beware that r esults will be provided for all combinations of variables currently available in the underlying data but some requested options may not be available Please be sure to read the About tab This tab provides an explanation of the survival statistics and some pointers on things to look out for If you are experiencing any technical issues don t hesitate to contact us with your query on Thu 16 01 2014 16 05 by mocallaghan Survival Cancer data Statistics Data Printer friendly version News Archive July 2014 2 June 2014 3 May 2014 8 April 2014 6 March 2014 7 February 2014 6 January 2014 3 December 2013 5 November 2013

    Original URL path: http://www.ncri.ie/news/article/new-survival-data-analysis-available (2014-07-21)
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