The French National Registry of Childhood Cancers (RNCE) is a national, population-based cancer registry for children. The registry collects precise data on each new cancer, or of borderline tumour, diagnosed among children and adolescents before their 18th birthday, residing in France. It provides a solid baseline for public health surveillance and to undertake cancer research.
The registry is co-directed by two chief scientific coordinators: Dr Jacqueline Clavel, chief scientific officer of the French National Registry of Childhood Haematological Malignancies (RNHE, INSERM) and Dr Brigitte Lacour, chief scientific officer of the French National Registry of Childhood Solid Tumours (RNTSE, CHRU Nancy).
The number of new cancer cases reported per year among children less than 15 years.
The number of new cancer cases estimated per year among adolescents aged 15-17 years.
Overall survival probability at 5 years after the diagnosis.