Cancer relative survival ratio in Canada by cancer type and gender 2012-2014

This statistic displays the five-year survival ratio in Canada for cancer, based on select cancer types and gender, from 2012 to 2014. During these years, male patients with Hodgkin lymphoma had a 85 percent survival ratio.

Five-year relative survival ratio in Canada by select cancer type and gender from 2012 to 2014

MalesFemales
All cancers61%65%
Thyroid94%99%
Testis*97%-
Prostate*93%-
Breast80%88%
Melanoma84%91%
Hodgkin lymphoma85%87%
Body of uterus*-83%
Bladder**75%73%
Cervix*-72%
Kidney70%72%
Non-Hodkins lymphoma67%70%
Colorectal65%65%
Larynx63%57%
Oral64%66%
Leukemia59%59%
Ovary*-45%
Multiple myeloma44%45%
Stomach27%29%
Brain/CNS22%24%
Liver18%21%
Lung15%22%
Esophagus15%17%
Pancreas8%8%
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Source

Release date

September 2019

Region

Canada

Survey time period

2012 to 2014

Supplementary notes


Excluding Quebec, in part, because the method for ascertaining the date of cancer diagnosis differs from the method used by other provinces/territories and because of issues in correctly ascertaining the vital status of cases.
* Not applicable for males/females.
**Excludes data from Ontario, which does not currently report in situ bladder cancers.

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