Table 3

Numbers of incident cases, age standardised incidence rates per 10 000 person years in the derivation cohort in men aged 25–84 years

Cases on GP recordCases on either GP or linked mortality recordCases on either GP, linked mortality or hospital recordCases on either GP, linked hospital, mortality or cancer record
Cancer TypeCasesRow % of totalAge standardised rate per 10 000CasesAge standardised rate per 10 000CasesAge standardised rate per 10 000Total CasesAge standardised rate per 10 000
Blood cancer961467.35.75 (5.63 to 5.86)11 2306.77 (6.64 to 6.89)13 4998.12 (7.99 to 8.26)14 2938.62 (8.47 to 8.76)
Bowel cancer13 28673.38.11 (7.97 to 8.25)14 7369.05 (8.90 to 9.19)17 39610.7 (10.5 to 10.8)18 13011.2 (11.0 to 11.3)
Gastro-oesophageal616773.43.76 (3.67 to 3.86)73074.50 (4.39 to 4.60)81465.01 (4.90 to 5.12)84015.17 (5.06 to 5.28)
Lung cancer12 53467.37.68 (7.54 to 7.81)16 25410.05 (9.9 to 10.2)17 78410.99 (10.8 to 11.2)18 61711.5 (11.4 to 11.7)
Oral cancer195763.21.12 (1.07 to 1.17)21501.24 (1.19 to 1.29)28811.67 (1.61 to 1.73)30961.80 (1.73 to 1.86)
Pancreatic cancer213459.21.29 (1.23 to 1.34)29851.82 (1.75 to 1.89)34292.09 (2.02 to 2.16)36072.20 (2.12 to 2.27)
Prostate cancer29 98985.118.8 (18.5 to 19.0)30 81719.3 (19.1 to 19.6)33 28720.9 (20.7 to 21.1)35 25622.2 (22.0 to 22.4)
Renal tract cancer910655.95.59 (5.47 to 5.71)10 4546.46 (6.33 to 6.58)15 5689.61 (9.46 to 9.76)16 28610.1 (9.9 to 10.2)
Total cancers84 78772.095 933111 990117 686
  • Patients with existing diagnoses of each cancer at baseline were dropped from the relevant cohort.

  • Rates were age standardised to the overall QResearch population in 5 year age bands.

  • GP, general practitioner.