The 2013 report written by Cancer Research UK, the Men's Health Forum and the National Cancer Intelligence Network also found that liver cancer death rates are twice as high in men than women.
What does NCIN stand for?
NCIN stands for National Cancer Intelligence Network (UK)
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- National Council for Insurance Marketing
- National Council of Industrial Meteorologists
- New City Investment Managers (est. 2004; London, England, UK)
- New Concepts in Marketing, Inc.
- National Collection of Industrial Food and Marine Bacteria (UK)
- North Carolina Institute of Minority Economic Development
- Nassau County Interscholastic Math League
- National Conference on Interstate Milk Shipments
- Negative Chemical Ionization Mass Spectrometry
- North Carolina Integrative Medical Society (Raleigh, NC)
- North Carolina Information Network (library organization)
- Nuclear Commander in Chief
- Nuclear Contour Index of Nuclear Irregularity
- National Congress of Inventor Organizations
- National Council on Indian Opportunity (est. 1968)
- North Carolina Institute of Medicine (Morrisville, NC; also seen as NC IOM)
- Nova Castria Interfaith Outreach Ministry (Hollis, NH)
- Naval Combat Information Operator (Canada)
- North Central Illinois Ornithological Society (Rockford, IL)
- National Catastrophe Insurance Program
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Source: National Cancer Intelligence Network (NCIN), UK Cancer Information Service (UKCIS).
The finding is in keeping with research by the National Cancer Intelligence Network about bowel cancer, which is diagnosed in about 31,000 people each year in England and Wales and is the second most common cause of cancer death.
When bowel cancer is found at the earliest stage, there is an excellent chance of survival, with more than 90 per cent of people surviving the disease at least five years," said Chris Carrigan, head of the National Cancer Intelligence Network, in a statement.
Chris Carrigan, head of the National Cancer Intelligence Network (NCIN), added: "Collecting and evaluating data on how quickly cancer patients are sent for referral by their GP is crucial to equip us with the knowledge to improve early detection of the disease.
NINETY per cent of breast cancer patients aged 30-50 are offered surgery compared with 70 per cent of those in their 70s, says the National Cancer Intelligence Network.
Research by the National Cancer Intelligence Network (NCIN) found that 23 per cent of cancer cases were detected only as patients underwent emergency treatment.
A report from the National Cancer Intelligence Network (NCIN) today found men were more likely to suffer the effects of deprivation than women.