|Appears in Collections:||Faculty of Health Sciences and Sport Journal Articles|
|Peer Review Status:||Refereed|
|Title:||Living and working longer with cancer|
|Author(s):||Kyle, Richard G|
Cancer Great Britain Mortality
Cancer Patients Employment
Retirement Government policy Great Britain
|Citation:||Kyle RG (2010) Living and working longer with cancer (Editorial). British Journal of Community Nursing, 15 (12), pp. 577-577. http://www.internurse.com/cgi-bin/go.pl/library/abstract.html?uid=80201|
|Abstract:||George Osborne has announced an increase in the state pension age to 66 for both men and women by 2020 (HM Treasury, 2010). It seems we will all be living longer with work in the future, and so too with cancer. Improvements in screening, earlier intervention and more effective treatments mean that cancer survival rates are increasing, particularly for common cancers. In a comparative study of breast cancer survival across 30 European countries, only Iceland saw an overall decline in mortality between 1989 and 2006 (45%) greater than in England and Wales (35%) (Autier et al, 2010). Scotland ranked fourth (30%) and Northern Ireland fifth (29%).|
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|Notes:||Output Type: Editorial|
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