Here, a brief description of the measures used in InterPreT, along with the data and model, is provided. When a patient is diagnosed with cancer, there are a number of measures that can be reported to understand prognosis. These are based on an aggregated average of people in England. Typically, people are categorised by age, gender, year and sometimes, deprivation groups. These are described below.


All-Cause Survival


Expected Survival


Net Survival


Crude Probability of Death



This page is still under development.


Notation


Net/Relative Survival


Flexible Parametric Relative Survival Models


Crude Probability of Death


Data



If you have any questions regarding InterPreT, please contact Sarwar Islam [si113@le.ac.uk]. The most frequently asked questions, with answers, are detailed below.


How were these statistics obtained?


What do these numbers mean for me as a cancer patient?