South East Knowledge and Intelligence - Cancer
This website aims to provide information about the work of the South East Knowledge and Intelligence cancer team.
The reports and data available to download contain statistical information about cancer and are therefore likely to be of particular interest to health professionals and researchers working in the cancer field.
Information and support on cancer care aimed specifically at patients, their families and friends can be found on the Macmillan Cancer Support website.
Examines differences in the proportion of major surgical resections for head & neck cancer patients diagnosed between 2004/08 by sex, age & socio-economic deprivation. It also considers variations in geographical patterns, by looking at major surgical resection percentages & rates for Cancer Networks based on patients’ postcode of residence.
The purpose of this NCIN data briefing is to examine the rates of new (incident) cases of potentially HPV-related head and neck (H&N) squamous cell cancers (SCCs) and comparison of H&N SCCs incidence in England between 1990 and 2008.
This report describes the travel times and distances to radiotherapy centres in England for patients with head and neck cancers (excluding thyroid cancer) diagnosed between 2006 and 2008. The aim is to identify areas of the country with longer travel times and distances.
We have launched a new head and neck cancer hub.
The aim is to improve the manageability, accessibility and visibility of the Hub content. It is also a natural move in preparation for transition to Public Health England, which supports greater alignment and integration of public health intelligence resources on the web.