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  • Latest childhood cancer trends in Ireland
    2011 with incidence rates being being significantly higher by 14 in boys than in girls Leukaemias n 40 per year were the most frequently diagnosed cancers followed by brain and central nervous system tumours n 33 per year and lymphomas n 13 per year Overall there was a slow but non significant increase for childhood cancers over time Treatment varied substantially by cancer type but chemotherapy was the most frequent mode of treatment overall 5 year survival was approximately 80 throughout 1994 2011 More substantial improvements in survival are evident from longer term mortality trends with recent mortality rates about 60 70 lower than in the 1950s and 1960s Overall incidence rates and survival for childhood cancer in Ireland are close to the European average in recent years and mortality rates are among the lowest in Europe Cancers Childhood 2 Related papers Childhood cancer survival in Ireland temporal regional and deprivation related patterns 3 Related publications Cancer Trends Childhood cancer 1 on Fri 11 07 2014 14 27 by moconnor 4 Childhood 5 Leukaemia 6 Mortality rates 7 National Cancer Registry 2014 Sitemap Accessibility statement Privacy Disclaimer Freedom of information Ombudsman Statutory declarations Source URL http www ncri ie news

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  • Women’s views about HPV testing may present a challenge for cervical screening programmes | National Cancer Registry Ireland
    views about HPV testing may present a ch News NCRI Newsletter Contact us Complaints Access Officer What we do Governance Vacancies Our staff Links Tweets by IrishCancerReg Women s views about HPV testing may present a challenge for cervical screening programmes 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 The findings of a study full text available here conducted by researchers at the National Cancer Registry and recently published in BMC Women s Health reveal that women have a strong attachment to smear tests and have concerns over human papillomavirus HPV infection and HPV testing HPV is the virus which causes cervical cancer Tests for presence of HPV infection are available and there are plans in many countries to incorporate these into cervical screening programmes HPV vaccination programmes are in place in several countries including Ireland The researchers carried out focus groups with women from across Ireland These groups discussed women s views and attitudes regarding cervical smear tests and HPV Almost all women even those who were aware of HPV infection and or vaccination lacked any knowledge of HPV testing Attitudes and views about HPV testing changed as women discussed the topic Women talked about fears of testing HPV positive the effects this might have on their relationships They described feeling powerless at the lack of treatment for HPV one woman asked if you can t treat HPV why test for it This made women question the value of HPV testing They also expressed a strong attachment to existing methods of cervical screening i e smear tests The results suggest that screening programmes need to devise tailored and appropriate information regarding HPV to ensure that HPV testing will be acceptable to

    Original URL path: http://www.ncri.ie/news/article/women%E2%80%99s-views-about-hpv-testing-may-present-challenge-cervical-screening-programmes?theme=skifi (2014-07-21)
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  • Women’s views about HPV testing may present a challenge for cervical screening programmes | National Cancer Registry Ireland
    Our staff Links Tweets by IrishCancerReg The findings of a study full text available here conducted by researchers at the National Cancer Registry and recently published in BMC Women s Health reveal that women have a strong attachment to smear tests and have concerns over human papillomavirus HPV infection and HPV testing HPV is the virus which causes cervical cancer Tests for presence of HPV infection are available and there are plans in many countries to incorporate these into cervical screening programmes HPV vaccination programmes are in place in several countries including Ireland The researchers carried out focus groups with women from across Ireland These groups discussed women s views and attitudes regarding cervical smear tests and HPV Almost all women even those who were aware of HPV infection and or vaccination lacked any knowledge of HPV testing Attitudes and views about HPV testing changed as women discussed the topic Women talked about fears of testing HPV positive the effects this might have on their relationships They described feeling powerless at the lack of treatment for HPV one woman asked if you can t treat HPV why test for it This made women question the value of HPV testing They also expressed a strong attachment to existing methods of cervical screening i e smear tests The results suggest that screening programmes need to devise tailored and appropriate information regarding HPV to ensure that HPV testing will be acceptable to women This study was conducted under the auspices of the CERVIVA collaboration and funded by the HRB Cancers Cervix uteri Related papers If you can t treat HPV why test for it Women s attitudes to the changing face of cervical cancer prevention a focus group study Motivators for women to attend cervical screening the influential role of GPs Related projects

    Original URL path: http://www.ncri.ie/news/article/women%E2%80%99s-views-about-hpv-testing-may-present-challenge-cervical-screening-programmes?theme=accessible (2014-07-21)
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  • Women’s views about HPV testing may present a challenge for cervical screening programmes
    in several countries including Ireland The researchers carried out focus groups with women from across Ireland These groups discussed women s views and attitudes regarding cervical smear tests and HPV Almost all women even those who were aware of HPV infection and or vaccination lacked any knowledge of HPV testing Attitudes and views about HPV testing changed as women discussed the topic Women talked about fears of testing HPV positive the effects this might have on their relationships They described feeling powerless at the lack of treatment for HPV one woman asked if you can t treat HPV why test for it This made women question the value of HPV testing They also expressed a strong attachment to existing methods of cervical screening i e smear tests The results suggest that screening programmes need to devise tailored and appropriate information regarding HPV to ensure that HPV testing will be acceptable to women This study was conducted under the auspices of the CERVIVA 3 collaboration and funded by the HRB 4 Cancers Cervix uteri 5 Related papers If you can t treat HPV why test for it Women s attitudes to the changing face of cervical cancer prevention a focus group study 6 Motivators for women to attend cervical screening the influential role of GPs 7 Related projects CERVIVA Irish Cervical Screening Research Consortium 8 CERVIVA ICE Irish Cervical Screening Research Consortium 9 on Wed 09 07 2014 17 15 by moconnor 10 CERVIVA 11 HPV 12 Cervical screening 13 National Cancer Registry 2014 Sitemap Accessibility statement Privacy Disclaimer Freedom of information Ombudsman Statutory declarations Source URL http www ncri ie news article women E2 80 99s views about hpv testing may present challenge cervical screening programmes Links 1 http www ncri ie sites ncri files pubs papers BMCWomens HPV pdf

    Original URL path: http://www.ncri.ie/print/news/article/women%E2%80%99s-views-about-hpv-testing-may-present-challenge-cervical-screening-programmes (2014-07-21)
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  • Women’s views about HPV testing may present a challenge for cervical screening programmes | National Cancer Registry Ireland
    Our staff Links Tweets by IrishCancerReg The findings of a study full text available here conducted by researchers at the National Cancer Registry and recently published in BMC Women s Health reveal that women have a strong attachment to smear tests and have concerns over human papillomavirus HPV infection and HPV testing HPV is the virus which causes cervical cancer Tests for presence of HPV infection are available and there are plans in many countries to incorporate these into cervical screening programmes HPV vaccination programmes are in place in several countries including Ireland The researchers carried out focus groups with women from across Ireland These groups discussed women s views and attitudes regarding cervical smear tests and HPV Almost all women even those who were aware of HPV infection and or vaccination lacked any knowledge of HPV testing Attitudes and views about HPV testing changed as women discussed the topic Women talked about fears of testing HPV positive the effects this might have on their relationships They described feeling powerless at the lack of treatment for HPV one woman asked if you can t treat HPV why test for it This made women question the value of HPV testing They also expressed a strong attachment to existing methods of cervical screening i e smear tests The results suggest that screening programmes need to devise tailored and appropriate information regarding HPV to ensure that HPV testing will be acceptable to women This study was conducted under the auspices of the CERVIVA collaboration and funded by the HRB Cancers Cervix uteri Related papers If you can t treat HPV why test for it Women s attitudes to the changing face of cervical cancer prevention a focus group study Motivators for women to attend cervical screening the influential role of GPs Related projects

    Original URL path: http://www.ncri.ie/news/article/women%E2%80%99s-views-about-hpv-testing-may-present-challenge-cervical-screening-programmes?page=1 (2014-07-21)
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  • Cancer Trends: Childhood cancer | National Cancer Registry Ireland
    NCRI Newsletter Contact us Complaints Access Officer What we 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 Publications Cancer trends projections Cancer Trends Childhood cancer Annual financial reports Cancer trends projections Statistical reports Cancer atlases Research publications Research reports Scientific papers Presentations All Ireland cancer statistics Infographics Cancer Trends Childhood cancer Publication date July 2014 Cancers Childhood Tags Cancer trends Children All Ireland Related staff Dr Sandra Deady Dr Paul Walsh Attachment Size childhood trendsreport July2014 pdf 1 02 MB This report summarises incidence treatment survival and mortality for cancers among Irish children age 0 14 years On average 128 cancers were diagnosed per year during 1994 2011 most frequently leukaemias 40 brain and central nervous system tumours 33 or lymphomas 13 per year Time trends in incidence were not clear cut but there was a slow but non significant increase for childhood cancers as a whole Treatment varied substantially by cancer type but chemotherapy was the most frequently modality overall 5 year survival averaged about 80 throughout 1994 2011 and exceeded 80 for 8 of the 12 major diagnostic groups Time trends in survival were generally unclear but lymphoid leukaemias and lymphomas showed significant improvements since the 1990s More substantial improvements in survival are evident from longer term mortality trends with recent mortality rates about

    Original URL path: http://www.ncri.ie/publications/cancer-trends-and-projections/cancer-trends-childhood-cancer?theme=skifi (2014-07-21)
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  • Cancer Trends: Childhood cancer | National Cancer Registry Ireland
    Cancer trends projections Cancer Trends Childhood cancer Annual financial reports Cancer trends projections Statistical reports Cancer atlases Research publications Research reports Scientific papers Presentations All Ireland cancer statistics Infographics 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 Publication date July 2014 Cancers Childhood Tags Cancer trends Children All Ireland Related staff Dr Sandra Deady Dr Paul Walsh Attachment Size childhood trendsreport July2014 pdf 1 02 MB This report summarises incidence treatment survival and mortality for cancers among Irish children age 0 14 years On average 128 cancers were diagnosed per year during 1994 2011 most frequently leukaemias 40 brain and central nervous system tumours 33 or lymphomas 13 per year Time trends in incidence were not clear cut but there was a slow but non significant increase for childhood cancers as a whole Treatment varied substantially by cancer type but chemotherapy was the most frequently modality overall 5 year survival averaged about 80 throughout 1994 2011 and exceeded 80 for 8 of the 12 major diagnostic groups Time trends in survival were generally unclear but lymphoid leukaemias and lymphomas showed significant improvements

    Original URL path: http://www.ncri.ie/publications/cancer-trends-and-projections/cancer-trends-childhood-cancer?theme=accessible (2014-07-21)
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  • Cancer trends | National Cancer Registry Ireland
    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 Cancer trends Home Cancer trends Cancer Trends Childhood cancer PDF This report summarises incidence treatment survival and mortality for cancers among Irish children age 0 14 years On average 128 cancers were diagnosed per

    Original URL path: http://www.ncri.ie/tags/cancer-trends (2014-07-21)
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