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British Journal of Cancer, ISSN 0007-0920, 10/2012, Volume 107, Issue 8, pp. 1220 - 1226
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British Journal of Cancer, ISSN 0007-0920, 03/2015, Volume 112, Issue S1, pp. S129 - S136
Background: Although overall sociodemographic and cancer site variation in the risk of cancer diagnosis through emergency presentation has been previously... 
ADMISSIONS | SURGERY | LUNG | inequalities | ROUTES | STAGE | sex | emergency | diagnosis | RISK | COLON | route | ONCOLOGY | COLORECTAL-CANCER | deprivation | PATIENT | age | Age Factors | Humans | Middle Aged | Risk Factors | Rare Diseases - diagnosis | Emergencies | England | Male | Neoplasms - diagnosis | Socioeconomic Factors | Sex Factors | Aged, 80 and over | Adult | Female | Registries | Aged | Full Paper
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Cancer Epidemiology, ISSN 1877-7821, 12/2019, Volume 63, p. 101574
Diagnosis of cancer through an emergency presentation is associated with worse clinical and patient experience outcomes. The proportion of patients with cancer... 
Neoplasm | Case-mix | Diagnosis | Emergency | Public health | Inequalities
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British Journal of General Practice, ISSN 0960-1643, 06/2017, Volume 67, Issue 659, pp. e377 - e387
Background Emergency diagnosis of cancer is common and aetiologically complex. The proportion of emergency presenters who have consulted previously with... 
Opportunities | Diagnosis | Emergency | Primary care | Cancer | ADMISSIONS | PATHWAYS | SURGERY | LUNG | MISSED OPPORTUNITIES | ROUTES | diagnosis | emergency | opportunities | MEDICINE, GENERAL & INTERNAL | COLORECTAL-CANCER | primary care | COMMON | cancer | COHORT | PRIMARY HEALTH CARE | ASSOCIATION | Research
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Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health, ISSN 0143-005X, 01/2019, Volume 73, Issue 1, pp. 3 - 10
BackgroundDiagnosis of cancer through emergency presentation is associated with poorer prognosis. While reductions in emergency presentations have been... 
deprivation | ageing | inequalities | cancer | PUBLIC, ENVIRONMENTAL & OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH | SELECTIVE MIGRATION | SYMPTOMS | CAMPAIGNS | AWARENESS | Medical research | Melanoma | Perceptions | Medical diagnosis | Medical screening | Patients | Hospitals | Registration | Lymphomas | Trends | Diagnosis | Public health | Cancer | Sociodemographics | Age groups | Evidence-Based Public Health Policy and Practice | 1506
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The British journal of general practice : the journal of the Royal College of General Practitioners, ISSN 0960-1643, 06/2017, Volume 67, Issue 659, p. e377
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BRITISH JOURNAL OF GENERAL PRACTICE, ISSN 0960-1643, 10/2019, Volume 69, Issue 687, pp. E724 - E730
Background Diagnosis at cancer as an emergency is associated with poor outcomes but has a complex aetiology. Examining determinants and time trends in... 
early diagnosis | MEDICINE, GENERAL & INTERNAL | emergencies | population groups | PRIMARY-CARE | STAGE | patients | referral and consultation | ACCIDENT | PRIMARY HEALTH CARE | CROSS-SECTIONAL ANALYSIS | DEPARTMENTS
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British journal of cancer, ISSN 0007-0920, 01/2018, Volume 118, Issue 1, p. 24
In England, 'fast-track' (also known as 'two-week wait') general practitioner referrals for suspected cancer in symptomatic patients are used to shorten... 
Regression Analysis | Age Factors | Early Detection of Cancer | Humans | Sex Factors | Female | Male | Neoplasms - classification | Neoplasms - diagnosis | Referral and Consultation | Evidence-Based Medicine | Odds Ratio
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ISSN 1759-4774, 2017
Many patients with cancer are diagnosed through an emergency presentation, which is associated with inferior clinical and patient-reported outcomes compared... 
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Journal of Global Oncology, ISSN 2378-9506, 10/2018, Volume 4, Issue Supplement 2, pp. 228 - 228s
Background: Previous research has identified an increased risk of suicide among cancer patients, however this has not been investigated at a population level... 
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Journal of Global Oncology, ISSN 2378-9506, 10/2018, Volume 4, Issue Supplement 2, pp. 202 - 202s
Background: The occurrence of cancer during pregnancy is uncommon with an incidence rate of ∼1 in 1000 pregnancies. The rate of pregnancy-associated cancer is... 
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Journal of Global Oncology, ISSN 2378-9506, 10/2018, Volume 4, Issue Supplement 2, pp. 25 - 25s
Background: Understanding population-level exposure to cancer risk factors is vital when devising risk-reduction policies. By reducing exposure to cancer risk... 
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Journal of Global Oncology, ISSN 2378-9506, 10/2018, Volume 4, Issue Supplement 2, pp. 48 - 48s
Background: Many patients with cancer are diagnosed through an emergency presentation, which is associated with inferior clinical and patient-reported outcomes... 
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Journal of Global Oncology, ISSN 2378-9506, 10/2018, Volume 4, Issue Supplement 2, pp. 39 - 39s
Background: In England, 'fast-track' (also known as 'two-week wait') general practitioner referrals for suspected cancer in symptomatic patients are used to... 
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ISSN 0143-005X, 2019
Background: Diagnosis of cancer through emergency presentation is associated with poorer prognosis. While reductions in emergency presentations have been... 
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