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  1. Incidence – UK February 2008

  2. Table One:Number of new cases and rates of all malignant neoplasms*, UK, 2004 * excluding non-melanoma skin cancer † to the European population

  3. Figure One:The 20 most commonly diagnosed cancers, UK, 2004

  4. Figure Two:Number of new cases and age-specific incidence rates for all malignant neoplasms*, by sex, UK, 2004 * excluding non-melanoma skin cancer

  5. Figure Three: The 10 most common cancers, males, UK, 2004

  6. Figure Four:The 10 most common cancers, females, UK, 2004

  7. Figure Five:Age-standardised† incidence rates, all malignant neoplasms*, by sex, Great Britain, 1975-2004 * excluding non-melanoma skin cancer † to the European population

  8. Figure Six:Percentage change in the age-standardised† incidence rates, major cancers, UK, 1995-2004 † to the European population

  9. Table Two (a):MALES - Number of new cases, percentage of all cancers diagnosed, UK rank and rate, by site and UK country, 2004 * Directly age-standardised to the European population

  10. Table Two (b):MALES - Number of new cases, percentage of all cancers diagnosed, UK rank and rate, by site and UK country, 2004 * Directly age-standardised to the European population