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53,317 items of data are available, covering 45,611 participants, encoded using Data-Coding 3. Defined-instances run from 0 to 3, labelled using Instancing 2. Array indices run from 0 to 5.
parotid gland cancer97
other salivary gland cancer23
oropharynx / oropharyngeal cancer24
nasal cavity cancer53
small intestine/small bowel cancer250
gallbladder/bile duct cancer37
peripheral nerve/autonomic nerve cancer13
meningeal cancer / malignant meningioma39
brain cancer / primary malignant brain tumour239
spinal cord or cranial nerve cancer46
kidney/renal cell cancer727
other cancer of urinary tract38
cin/pre-cancer cells cervix2188
fallopian tube cancer12
hodgkins lymphoma / hodgkins disease526
acute myeloid leukaemia55
myelofibrosis or myelodysplasia34
other haematological malignancy47
squamous cell carcinoma740
primary bone cancer144
malignant lymph node, unspecified146
bone metastases / bony secondaries29
small cell lung cancer73
non-small cell lung cancer76
thymus cancer / malignant thymoma14
heart / mediastinum cancer3
Counts of participants/items last updated 10 Jan 2020.
Code for cancer. If the participant was uncertain of the type of cancer they had had, then they described it to the interviewer (a trained nurse) who attempted to place it within the coding tree. If the cancer could not be located in the coding tree then the interviewer entered a free-text description of it. These free-text descriptions were subsequently examined by a doctor and, where possible, matched to entries in the coding tree. Free-text descriptions which could not be matched with very high probability have been marked as "unclassifiable".