Research and analysis

Cancer in the South East

Reports on the impact of some common cancers on the health of people in the South East of England.

Documents

Cancer in Kent and Medway

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Cancer in Surrey and Sussex

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Cancer in Thames Valley

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Cancer in Wessex

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Details

These reports give care providers and policy makers an insight into the burden of cancer - measured in terms of the number of people affected, deaths and survival - for the 4 Cancer Alliance regions in South East England:

  • Kent and Medway
  • Surrey and Sussex
  • Thames Valley
  • Wessex

The reports also comment on some identified risk factors and screening.

They are aimed at Cancer Alliances to support commissioners of health services to provide more timely diagnoses and improve treatment pathways, as well as local authority commissioners looking at the wider prevention agenda.

Published 12 January 2018