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[UK] Women aged 35-44 have higher incidence of cancer than men

UK's Office for National Statistics showed that breast cancer remained the most common cancer among women (30.7pc of new cases, affecting 42,000), ahead of lung (11.6pc) and colorectal (11.2pc).
Irish Independent (ie)
added Jul 3, 2013 09:13

[UK] Cancer Registration Statistics, England, 2011

Lung cancer was the second most common cancer among both men and women in 2011, accounting for 14% and 12% of all newly diagnosed cases respectively. Since 2002 the agestandardised incidence rate has decreased by 11% among males but has increased by 15%
Office for National Statistics (ONS) (uk)
added Jul 3, 2013 09:31
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[UK] Cancer Registration Statistics, England, 2011

* All malignant neoplasms (tumours): number of newly diagnosed cases, 2011 * All malignant neoplasms: incidence rates by sex and age group, 2011 ... * Cancer registrations: interpretation and data quality * Users and uses of cancer statistics
Office for National Statistics (ONS) (uk)
added Jul 3, 2013 09:08
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[UK] Latest Summaries

Animated Map of Cancer Incidence in England, 1995-1997 to 2009-2011 26-Jun-2013 This animated map presents cancer incidence rates for England from 1995–1997 to 2009–2011. It allows users to explore incidence rates by local authority for males and females
Office for National Statistics (ONS) (uk)
added Jul 3, 2013 09:06

[Germany] Young Germans stub out cigarettes

The share of young Germans who smoke has dropped by more than half over the past decade, a government report released on Monday revealed. In 2001, 27.5 percent of Germans aged between 12 and 17 identified themselves as smokers – a figure that dropped
The (de)
added Jun 24, 2013 15:50

Focus on Sin Taxes

On June 1, the Tax Foundation observed that after the District of Columbia raised its cigarette tax from $2 to $2.50, revenue from the tax fell 24%. It had projected a revenue increase of almost $10 million, but revenues actually fell by $5 million over
The Fiscal Times
added Sep 15, 2013 10:25

[Canada] Quebec smokers haven't been butting out

Anti-smoking activists say it is a public health catastrophe that Quebec's smoking rate has barely budged since 2003, despite the multiple restrictions placed on smoking over the past decade. New figures from Statistics Canada show the rate sits at 23.8
CJAD 800 AM (ca)
added Jun 20, 2013 20:07

VIDEO: Alabama fifth most smoker-friendly state

Despite no smoking signs and public smoking ordinances, Alabama is pretty welcoming of anyone looking to light up a smoke. Bloomberg looked at the number of smoking adults, excise taxes and states with no smoking legislation.
WIAT TV-42 CBS ( Birmingham, AL)
added Jun 20, 2013 19:40

Bloomberg: Alabama fifth most smoker-friendly state

Alabama's smoker friendly ranking was listed in a Bloomberg Best (And Worst) study. The online news organization stated that it based the rankings on the combined percentage of adults who smoke cigarettes every day or "some days," excise tax imposed on e
Birmingham (AL) Business Journal
added Jun 20, 2013 19:02

The case for a cigarette tax, in one graphic

Tobacco taxes are a proven strategy to reduce smoking, especially among younger people, and extend lives. As the graph shows, a 10 percent rise in cigarette prices will reduce smoking by 5-15 percent among people under age 18 and by 3-7 percent among adu
Washington Post
added Jun 20, 2013 15:47
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