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Title: Cancer survival in the 'Spearhead' Primary Care Trusts of England - 1992 -1999

Release date: 31 January 2001 at 9:30am
Theme: Health and Social Care | Department: Office for National Statistics | Coverage: England
Geographic breakdown: Other area classification | Designation: National Statistics
Summary: This presents cancer survival for adult patients (aged 15-99) resident in the 88 (now 62 following NHS reconfiguration in 2006) 'Spearhead' primary care trusts (PCT) in England, compared with those resident in the rest of England.

Title: Cancer survival in the 'Spearhead' Primary Care Trusts of England - 1992-94 and 1993-95

Release date: 20 March 2007 at 9:30am
Theme: Health and Social Care | Department: Office for National Statistics | Coverage: England
Geographic breakdown: Other area classification | Designation: National Statistics
Summary: This presents cancer survival for adult patients (aged 15-99) resident in the 88 (now 62 following NHS reconfiguration in 2006) 'Spearhead' primary care trusts (PCT) in England, compared with those resident in the rest of England.

Title: Cancer survival in the 'Spearhead' Primary Care Trusts of England - 1996-2003

Release date: 04 April 2007 at 9:30am
Theme: Health and Social Care | Department: Office for National Statistics | Coverage: England
Geographic breakdown: Other area classification | Designation: National Statistics
Summary: This presents cancer survival for adult patients (aged 15-99) resident in the 88 (now 62 following NHS reconfiguration in 2006) 'Spearhead' primary care trusts (PCT) in England, compared with those resident in the rest of England.

Title: Cancer survival in the 'Spearhead' Primary Care Trusts of England - 1998-2003

Release date: 04 April 2007 at 9:30am
Theme: Health and Social Care | Department: Office for National Statistics | Coverage: England
Geographic breakdown: Other area classification | Designation: National Statistics
Summary: This presents cancer survival for adult patients (aged 15-99) resident in the 88 (now 62 following NHS reconfiguration in 2006) 'Spearhead' primary care trusts (PCT) in England, compared with those resident in the rest of England.

Title: Cancer survival in the 'Spearhead' Primary Care Trusts of England - 1998-2004

Release date: 04 September 2008 at 9:30am
Theme: Health and Social Care | Department: Office for National Statistics | Coverage: England
Geographic breakdown: Other area classification | Designation: National Statistics
Summary: This presents cancer survival for adult patients (aged 15-99) resident in the 88 (now 62 following NHS reconfiguration in 2006) 'Spearhead' primary care trusts (PCT) in England, compared with those resident in the rest of England.

Title: Cancer survival in the 'Spearhead' Primary Care Trusts of England - 1998-2005

Release date: 26 February 2009 at 9:30am
Theme: Health and Social Care | Department: Office for National Statistics | Coverage: England
Geographic breakdown: Other area classification | Designation: National Statistics
Summary: This presents cancer survival for adult patients (aged 15-99) resident in the 88 (now 62 following NHS reconfiguration in 2006) 'Spearhead' primary care trusts (PCT) in England, compared with those resident in the rest of England.

Title: Cancer survival in the 'Spearhead' Primary Care Trusts of England - 2002-08, followed up to 2009

Release date: 07 July 2011 at 9:30am
Theme: Health and Social Care | Department: Office for National Statistics | Coverage: England
Geographic breakdown: Other area classification | Designation: National Statistics
Summary: This presents cancer survival for adult patients (aged 15-99) resident in the 88 (now 62 following NHS reconfiguration in 2006) 'Spearhead' primary care trusts (PCT) in England, compared with those resident in the rest of England.