Likelihood of dying from cancer in Canadian females by type 2015

This statistic depicts the lifetime probability of dying from cancer among females in Canada by cancer type, as of 2015. In that year, there was a lifetime probability of 0.2 percent that a female in Canada would die from melanoma during her lifetime.

Lifetime probability of dying from cancer among females in Canada as of 2015, by type

Lifetime probability
All cancers22.5%
Lung and bronchus5.4%
Breast3.1%
Colorectal2.7%
Pancreas1.5%
Ovary1.1%
Non-Hodgkin lymphoma0.9%
Body of uterus0.7%
Leukemia0.7%
Brain/CNS0.5%
Kidney and renal pelvis0.4%
Stomach0.4%
Multiple myeloma0.4%
Bladder0.4%
Esophagus0.3%
Oral0.3%
Cervix0.2%
Melanoma0.2%
Liver*0.2%
Thyroid0.1%
Larynx0%
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Source

Release date

September 2019

Region

Canada

Survey time period

2015

Supplementary notes

The probability of dying from cancer represents the proportion of Canadians who die of cancer in a cohort based on age-, sex-, and cause-specific mortality rates for Canada in 2015.
* Liver cancer mortality may be underestimated.

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