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Thanks to a close collaboration with population-based cancer registries, and thanks to their valuable efforts, the European High Resolution studies have permitted a more in-depth investigation on the reasons of cancer survival differences evident across Europe, and to identify actions needed to reduce disparities.


Here following the complete list of the 53 cancer registries in 13 European countries which provided data on cases diagnosed in 2011-2014.

Cancer Registry Breast Colorectum Lung Skin
Melanoma
Non-Hodgkin
Lymphoma
Belgium
Bulgaria
Estonia
France - Bas-Rhin
France - Burgundy DT
France - Calvados
France - Calvados DT
France - Côte d’Or Gynaecologic
France - Côte d’Or HM
France - Doubs
France - Finistère DT
France - Gironde
France - Gironde HM
France - Haute-Vienne
France - Haut-Rhin
France - Hérault
France - Isère
France - Lille
France - Loire-Atlantique et Vendée
France - Manche
France - Poitou-Charentes
France - Somme
France - Tarn
France - Vendée
Germany - Schleswig-Holstein
Iceland
Italy - Latina
Italy - Liguria
Italy - Modena
Italy - Napoli 3 South
Italy - Palermo
Italy - Ragusa*
Italy - Reggio Emilia
Italy - Sondrio
Italy - Varese
Lithuania
Poland - Cracow
Poland - Greater Poland
Poland - Kielce
Poland - Lower Silesia
Portugal - Northern Portugal
Portugal - Central Portugal
Portugal - Southern Portugal
Slovenia
Spain - Albacete. Castilla-La Mancha
Spain - Basque Country
Spain - Castellón-Valencia
Spain - Cuenca
Spain - Girona
Spain - Granada
Spain - Navarra
Spain - Tarragona
Switzerland - Geneva


DT=Digestive Tract
HM=Haematological Malignancies
* Data collection on lung cancer is ongoing

Whereas, for the complete list of the previous rounds of the European High resolution studies, please visit this page.