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Table 1 Demographic and clinical characteristics of women diagnosed with breast cancer 2005 to 2011 and receiving HCAI only care or some HCAI care compared with other London women

From: Comparing the case mix and survival of women receiving breast cancer care from one private provider with other London women with breast cancer: pilot data exchange and analyses

  HCAI care only Some HCAI care Other London women
  N % N % N %
Number of cases 199   278   31,234  
Mean age (years) 53   54   61  
Age group
 <50 98 49.2 131 47.1 7,792 24.9
 50-59 33 16.6 56 20.1 7,243 23.2
 60-69 43 21.6 58 20.9 7,210 23.1
 70-79 17 8.5 18 6.5 4,783 15.3
 80+ 8 4.0 15 5.4 4,206 13.5
Socioeconomic deprivation quintile
 1 = Affluent 62 31.2 97 34.9 4,182 13.4
 2 33 16.6 51 18.3 4,437 14.2
 3 45 22.6 54 19.4 5,928 19.0
 4 33 16.6 46 16.5 7,932 25.4
 5 = Deprived 26 13.1 30 10.8 8,755 28.0
Year of diagnosis
 2005 17 8.5 22 7.9 4,286 13.7
 2006 19 9.5 32 11.5 4,153 13.3
 2007 51 25.6 37 13.3 4,366 14.0
 2008 30 15.1 38 13.7 4,400 14.1
 2009 29 14.6 57 20.5 4,649 14.9
 2010 42 21.1 59 21.2 4,723 15.1
 2011 11 5.5 33 11.9 4,657 14.9
Stage of disease
 1 64 32.2 109 39.2 9,836 31.5
 2 42 21.1 95 34.2 10,311 33.0
 3 1 0.5 28 10.1 2,979 9.5
 4 2 1.0 6 2.2 2,639 8.4
 Not known 90 45.2 40 14.4 5,469 17.5
Screening category
 Not Screen-detected 194 97.5 262 94.2 23,430 75.0
 Screen-detected 5 2.5 16 5.8 7,804 25.0
Treatment
 Any cancer surgery 137 68.8 241 86.7 20,747 66.4
 Any chemotherapy 61 30.7 140 50.4 9,841 31.5
 Any radiotherapy 78 39.2 140 50.4 8,197 26.2
 Any hormone therapy 40 20.1 121 43.5 8,964 28.7