Nevada Cancer Publications
USCS - United States Cancer Statistics
The official federal
statistics on cancer incidence from registries that have high-quality data, and
cancer mortality statistics.
CiNA - Cancer in North America
annually, the CiNA report provides the most current cancer incidence and
mortality statistics for the United States and Canada. It also serves as the
foundation for such publications as the American Cancer Society’s Cancer Facts
& Figures and the US Annual Report to the Nation.
NAACCR Fast Stats
Fast Stats is an interactive tool for quick access to key NAACCR and US cancer
statistics for major cancer sites by age, sex, race/ethnicity, registry and
data type. Statistics are presented as graphs and tables and can be stratified
by: Cancer Site, Race/Sex, Race/Ethnicity, Age at Diagnosis, Sex, Registry and
American Cancer Society Statistics
American Cancer Society projects the numbers of new cancer cases and deaths
expected each year in order to estimate the contemporary cancer burden, because
cancer incidence and mortality data lag three to four years behind the current
year. In addition, the regularly updated Facts & Figures publications
present the most current trends in cancer occurrence and survival, as well as
information on symptoms, prevention, early detection and treatment.
American College of Surgeons
The National Cancer Database (NCDB) maintains a number of
Web-based benchmarking applications that have been developed to promote access
to NCDB data by the general public, researchers, and clinicians. The NCDB
Public Benchmark Reports include the 14 most commonly diagnosed solid tumors in
the United States. Users are provided access to data from six diagnosis years
(2003–2014), slightly more than 9 million cases.
World Health Organization - Cancer Surveillance
key focus of the Section of Cancer Surveillance (CSU) is the systematic and
ongoing pursuit of global cancer data and statistics for cancer control action,
in keeping with one of the primary aims of International Association of Cancer
Registries (IARC) — to describe and elucidate cancer occurrence worldwide.
Central Brain Tumor Registry of the United States
The Central Brain Tumor Registry of the United States, CBTRUS, is
a not-for-profit corporation committed to providing a resource for gathering
and disseminating current epidemiologic data on all primary benign and malignant
brain and other central nervous system tumors for the purposes of accurately
describing their incidence and survival patterns, evaluating diagnosis and
treatment, facilitating etiologic studies, establishing awareness of the
disease, and ultimately, for the prevention of all central nervous system
Community Health Statues Indicators
Health Rankings provide a snapshot of a community’s health and a
starting point for investigating and focusing ways to build a Culture of
Health. This guide provides examples of how communities have used Rankings data in local health-improvement efforts.
Visit the Roadmaps to Health Action
Center to learn more about how you can improve
health in your community.