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) for persons are significantly higher than the UK average in Scotland and Wales, and similar to the UK average in all other UK constituent countries.
All Cancers Excluding Non-Melanoma Skin Cancer (C00-C97 Excl.
For males, all cancers combined AS incidence rates in the UK increased by 3% between 1993-19-2015.
All Cancers Excluding Non-Melanoma Skin Cancer (C00-97 Excl C44), European Age-Standardised Incidence Rates, UK, 1993-2015 For most cancer types, incidence trends largely reflect changing prevalence of risk factors and improvements in diagnosis and data recording.
Recent incidence trends are influenced by risk factor prevalence in years past, and trends by age group reflect risk factor exposure in birth cohorts.
All cancers combined incidence rates are projected to rise by 2% in the UK between 20, to 742 cases per 100,000 people by 2035. This includes a smaller increase for males than for females.
For males, all cancers combined European incidence rates in the UK are projected to rise by less than 1% between 20, to 813 cases per 100,000 by 2035. For females, rates are projected to rise by 3% between 20, to 685 cases per 100,000 by 2035. All Cancers (Excluding Non-Melanoma Skin Cancer, and Including Benign and Uncertain or Unknown Behaviour Brain, other Central Nervous System and Intracranial Tumours: ICD-10 C00-C97 excluding C44 plus D32-D33, D35.2-D35.4, D42-D43, D44.3-D44.5), Observed and Projected Age-Standardised Incidence Rates, by Sex, UK, 1979-2035 Find out how these projections were calculated Incidence trends over time for all cancers combined Projections of incidence by cancer type Cancer risk Cancer mortality projections for all cancers combined Download the projections data table Data is for: UK, 1979-2014 (observed), 2015-2035 (projected).