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Michigan Cancer Registry Update: Cancer Data and Highlights

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  1. Michigan Cancer Registry Update:Cancer Data and Highlights MCC Board of Directors Meeting June 19, 2013

  2. Topics to be Covered • Cancer registry status • Update on cancer incidence in Michigan • New publication on cancer burden in Michigan • Highlights of a new Web query tool

  3. Twenty-Seven Years of Surveillance Data • Covers the State of Michigan • Population-based • 1.3 million patients • 1.5 million tumors • Geocoded pop-based data • Complete for 1985-2010 • Facilitated 115 research protocols

  4. Collection Methods • Passive Reporting • Quality Assurance Reviews • Electronic or Paper Reports • Accept NAACCR formatted files • Reports Initiated by Facilities • Physicians contacted as needed

  5. Information Collected • Basic Identifiers • Patient Demographics • Site, Histology, Stage • Method of Diagnosis • Treatment Information • Supplemental Information • Mortality Data – Cause and Occupation • Geocoding

  6. Registry Uses • Basic Statistics • Incidence/Mortality/Survival • Cluster Investigations • Cohort Studies • Case Finding and Recruiting

  7. Sampling of Current Research • Suzanna Zick, UofM (National Cancer Institute) • Acupressure for Persistent Cancer Related Fatigue • Maria Katapodi, UofM (CDC) • Cancer Screening in Breast Cancer Survivors and their Female Relatives • R.T.I. International (Eli Lilly) • ForteoPost-Approval Surveillance Study: Case Series- Osteosarcoma • Forteo Patient Registry • PerriRuckart(DOD) • The Morbidity Study of Former Marines - USMC Base Camp Lejeune • Kelly Yu – Westat (NCI) • Prostate, Lung, Colorectal and Ovarian (PLCO) Cancer Screening • HPV Associated Work (CDC) • Surveillance • Prevalence • Measuring Vaccine Impact

  8. Recent Trends in the Frequency of Cancer Incidence and Mortality • 53,000 invasive cancer cases each year • Number fairly stable over five years through 2010 • 20,000 deaths due to cancer annually • Number stable to slightly rising • Remains second leading cause of death • Leading cause of death for persons under 75 • Leading cancers are prostate, lung, breast and colon • Lung, breast, pancreatic, and colon lead for 50-74 • Leading mortality sites are lung, breast, colon and pancreatic

  9. Important Trends • Lung cancer incidence and mortality rates have dropped • Mortality rates have declined by 15% from the peak in 1992 and 30 % in males • Incidence rates have declined by 19% from the peak in 1991 and 32% in males • Stage distributions are essentially unchanged • Survival at 5 years is improving • Breast cancer incidence and mortality rates have dropped • Incidence has declined almost 20% and mortality by more than a third • Stage at diagnosis continues to improve while survival by stage creeps up • Disparities by race are still evident • Colon Cancer incidence and mortality are dropping • Incidence has declined 30% and mortality rates have declined 40% since 1985 • Stage at diagnosis shows some improvement, shifting to early stage • Survival by stage at diagnosis is not changing

  10. New Ways to Access Data • Web Site is the portal • WWW.Michigan.gov/mdch • Select Statistics and Reports • Select Cancer Statistics