[Simple Data]

Choose the site and clinical stage of cancer, the gender of the patient on this page.
Click OK to start calculating data. It may take some time depending on the data you seek.
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There are only 7 sites available on this page. If the site you are looking for is not included in the list, please conduct a search on the DETAILS page.
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Choose relevant gender as females tend to have higher survival rate than males.
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A choice from clinical stage I to IV (based on all of the available information obtained before a surgery to remove the tumor) is available. Please do not use your clinical stages after surgery or the other treatment.

[Full Data]

This page will let you search in detail. Other than the options seen in the overview search, you can also choose diagnosed year, surgical option, treatment, and age. You can also calculate the cancer survivor survival rate.
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Survival rate is increasing year to year. Yet, without a sufficient number of samples, data cannot be compiled.
Try searching from newest 1 year, 3years and finally 5 years to increase the sample space. If data space is still insufficient, choose a wider span of diagnosed years. Also, by searching from older to newer 5 year survival rates, you can observe the improvement of treatment for that cancer.
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Choose a wider span of diagnosed years for rarer sites.
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A choice from clinical stage I to IV (based on all of the available information obtained before a surgery to remove the tumor) is available. Please do not use your clinical stages after surgery or the other treatment. Sub-stages such as stage 2a cannot be searched.
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First, calculate with the date of first check-up / treatment, day 0. Next, search with the survival days since diagnosis. Depending on the type of cancer, survival rate may improve, or decline due to reasons such as relapse, aftereffect, or concurrence of another cancer.
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Choose relevant gender as females tend to have higher survival rate than males.
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Survival statistics of Japanese association of Clinical Cancer Centers collects cancer samples from patients aged 15 to 94. Please consult a doctor for children and seniors above 95 years old.
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In addition to 5-year survival rates, you can calculate the 10-year survival rate of patients diagnosed between 1998 and 2002 for selected cancer sites.
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The method of calculating the survival rate can choose either the Ederer Ⅰ method or the Ederer Ⅱ method (Full Date).
The Ederer Ⅰ method calculates the survival rate by fixing the age distribution of the patient group.
The Ederer Ⅱ method calculates the survival rate taking into consideration the age distribution changes in the patient group.
Since the age composition of the patient group changes as the number of death increases, Ederer Ⅱ can calculate the survival rate more closely to the actual situation.
However, as these two survival rates are different calculation methods, direct comparison is not recommended. Also, depending on the country, the method of calculating the survival rate is different, so the direct comparison with the survival rate of other countries is not also recommended.
- Citation rules
Please use the following format when quoting.
From Survival rate census of Month, YYYY by Survival statistics of Japanese association of Clinical Cancer Centers.
Survival rate data may be updated multiple times and year.
When quoting in print, please cite with the institution of data shown to the right side of the graphs.
- Linking in
Feel free to link to this website.
https://kapweb.chiba-cancer-registry.org
http://www.zengankyo.ncc.go.jp/etc/index.html (Survival statistics of Japanese association of Clinical Cancer Centers)