National Cancer Registration And Analysis Service (NCRAS). (2020). Cancer Registration: Incidence of female breast cancer in London (2002 - 2017) [Data set]. Public Health England. https://doi.org/10.25503/ex4h-zb30
This data set contains the incidence of female breast cancer (C50x, D05x) diagnosed in London, England between the years 2002 to 2017.
- TUMOURPSEUDOID (project specific pseudonymised tumour identification number)
- AGECAT (age at diagnosis; 3 age categories: <40, 40-69, and >=70)
- CCGCODE (code for Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) of patient residence)
- CCGNAME (name for CCG of patient residence)
- DIAGNOSISMONTH (month of diagnosis; values range from 1 (January) to 12 (December))
- DIAGNOSISYEAR (year of diagnosis)
- BEHAVIOURCODEDESC (description of tumour behaviour code; 2 values: in situ and malignant)
- RANKVAR (differentiates between first and subsequent relevant tumours (for each patient); 2 values: first and subsequent)
Whenever it is possible and practicable to do so, data released by PHE will be anonymous and made available under an Open Government License. To render the data anonymous it must be stripped of direct identifiers and privacy by design methods applied in line with the rules laid out in the ISB Anonymisation Standard for Publishing Health and Social Care Data Specification (2013).