CSG news

May 2019

To read about our new pilot study led by Dr Laura Woods, click on the link below:

Developing a risk score for pancreatic cancer diagnosis using machine learning techniques applied to linked routine data: a pilot study

March 2019

For the latest news story about the CONCORD programme, follow the link below

The importance of global surveillance of cancer survival

January 2019

Read about our experience engaging with patients and carers to create art for an exhibition below

Their cancer journeys: artistic expressions of living with cancer

November 2018

A showcase for population-based cancer research in the University College London Partners Academic Health Science Centre

Cancer in the population – a UCL Partners Symposium

June 2018

Professor Michel Coleman receives the Calum S. Muir memorial award:

Prof Michel Coleman wins the prestigious Calum S. Muir memorial award

January 2018

On Thursday 1 February, the CONCORD programme will launch the latest and most up-to-date article in the series, CONCORD-3. For more information click here

CONCORD Programme

February 2017

On Monday 13th February, the Cancer Survival Group (CSG) co-hosted a meeting with the National Cancer Research Institute’s Consumer Forum, for over 50 external invitees including patients, carers and others affected by cancer (also known as ‘consumers’).  See more details and photos below:

CSG and NCRI Consumer Forum: “Driving with Data – a Journey into Cancer Epidemiology”

December 2016

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August 2016

The Cancer Survival Group is looking forward to welcoming over 100 delegates to our conference on time-to-event analyses! #PTA2016


July 2016

New survival statistics for rare cancers have been published on our website. Work from the CRUK-funded Cancer Policy Programme within the CSG has resulted in estimates of net survival and the probability of cancer death (also known as the crude probability of death) for patients in England who were diagnosed aged 15-89 years with one of 13 rare cancers between 1999 and 2013 who had follow-up time between 2009 and 2013. For full results see below:

Net survival and the probability of cancer death from rare cancers

May 2016


Abstract deadline for our International Conference is this Sunday – 1st May! — More details below:


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