Breast cancer data reports

A list of breast cancer data reports is provided below.

Breast cancer in Australia: an overview and Breast cancer report to the nation

  • Breast cancer in Australia: an overview, 2012
    Publication date: October 2012
    Breast cancer in Australia: an overview, 2012. Data in this report provides a comprehensive picture of breast cancer in Australia including how breast cancer rates differ by geographical area, socioeconomic status, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander status and country of birth.
     
  • Report to the nation – breast cancer 2012
    Publication date: October 2012
    Report to the nation – breast cancer 2012 provides an overview of current knowledge about breast cancer in Australia and includes a summary of national statistics on breast cancer in Australia from the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare and Cancer Australia report Breast cancer in Australia: an overview unless otherwise specified.
     
  • Breast cancer staging and treatment: Data linkage report
    Publication date: November 2010
    Report from National Breast and Ovarian Cancer Centre* and Victorian Cancer Registry reporting on the development and testing of a means of collecting Tumour, Node and Metastases (TNM) stage information for breast cancer by population based cancer registries. Includes an evaluation of the accuracy and completeness of the resulting TNM data.

Other breast cancer reports

  • Breast cancer risk factors - a review of the evidence (resource RFRW)
    Publication date: July 2009
    Breast cancer risk factors: a review of the evidence, an up-to-date review of epidemiological studies about risk factors for breast cancer, including gender, age, family history, place of residence, hormone levels, lifestyle factors, medical history and environmental factors.

** In February 2008, National Breast Cancer Centre (NBCC), incorporating the Ovarian Cancer Program, changed its name to National Breast and Ovarian Cancer Centre (NBOCC). In July 2011, NBOCC amalgamated with Cancer Australia to form a single national agency, Cancer Australia, to provide leadership in cancer control and improve outcomes for Australians affected by cancer.