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This report provides cancer statistics and data visualisations to inform understandings of cancer in Australia and how rates have been changing over time. The report includes a range of statistics on cancer survival, incidence, mortality and risk for over 70 different cancers with data spanning back to 1982 for cancer incidence and 1971 for cancer mortality.
It has been estimated that, in 2021, breast cancer will be the most commonly diagnosed cancer
At the end of 2016, 457,000 people were alive who had been diagnosed with cancer in the previous 5 years
It has been estimated that 49,000 people will die from cancer in 2021
It has been estimated that 151,000 new cancer cases will be diagnosed in 2021
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