Registre National des Cancers de l’Enfant

Lacour, B., S. Goujon, et al. (2014). "Childhood cancer survival in France, 2000-2008." Eur J Cancer Prev 23(5): 449-457.

Over the 2000-2014 period, 26,124 childhood cancer cases have been registered by the RNCE. The estimated overall survival for these children is 92% at one year after the diagnosis, and 82% at 5 years after diagnosis.

Survival at 5 years after childhood cancer diagnosis has improved from 81% to 83% over the 2000-2014 period. This increasing trend was observed in most diagnostic groups, particularly for leukaemias (83% to 86%) and brain tumours (71% to 74%).

Overall survival rates (OS) of childhood cancer in mainland France over 2000-2014, by diagnostic groups and subgroups (table 1)

5-year overall survival rates of childhood cancer in mainland France over 2000-2014, by diagnostic and age groups (table 2)

5-year overall survival rates of childhood cancer in mainland France, by diagnostic groups and periods (table 3)

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