Detailed Statistics from the 'Get Data Out' programme
The Get Data Out programme from the National Cancer Registration and Analysis Service (NCRAS) publishes in-depth, anonymous data about cancer to support research.
Get Data Out produces key statistics about groups of cancer patients. Patients diagnosed with a certain type of tumour are split into many smaller groups, each of which contains approximately 100 patients with the same characteristics. For each group of patients, we routinely publish statistics about incidence, routes to diagnosis, treatments and survival.
The Get Data Out programme is unique amongst publications from NCRAS because it produces statistics about small groups of patients. We hope that by releasing detailed data like this we can help researchers, the public and patients themselves discover more about cancer.
|All data published so far|
|Brain, meningeal and other primary CNS tumours|
|Head and neck|
|Ovary, fallopian tube and primary peritoneal carcinomas|
|Testicular tumours including post-pubertal teratomas|
All releases and documentation are available from our main technical page and you can download data for individual tumour groups via the links above. Before using the data, we recommend that you read our guide for first time users.
Please visit our gallery to see how our data has already been used.
We are working hard to expand this programme across all cancer sites. Please get in touch with us here to find out more. Please mention ‘Get Data Out’ in your email.