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Table 5 One-year and five-year net survival, with 95% confidence intervals (CI), for colorectal cancer, for adults aged 15–99 diagnosed during 2011–2015, England, by age and sex [28]

From: A review of sex-related differences in colorectal cancer incidence, screening uptake, routes to diagnosis, cancer stage and survival in the UK

Sex Age group Number of patients One-year survival Five-year survival
    % 95% CI % 95% CI
Men Age-standardised 91,876 79.4 79.2 79.7 60.8 60.3 61.3
  Un-standardised 91,876 77.7 77.4 78 59.4 58.9 60.0
  15–44 2887 87.6 86.4 88.8 70.7 68.6 72.8
  45–54 6214 86 85.1 86.8 63.4 61.9 64.9
  55–64 17,462 85.8 85.2 86.3 67.2 66.3 68.1
  65–74 28,572 82.7 82.2 83.1 66.1 65.3 66.9
  75–99 36,741 67.9 67.4 68.5 49 48 50.1
Women Age-standardised 73,104 77.3 77 77.6 60.1 59.6 60.6
  Un-standardised 73,104 73.7 73.4 74 57 56.5 57.6
  15–44 2966 88.7 87.5 89.8 71.3 69.3 73.3
  45–54 5250 86.7 85.7 87.6 66.5 64.9 68.1
  55–64 11,617 86 85.3 86.6 67.9 66.8 69
  65–74 18,637 81.3 80.7 81.9 65.1 64.2 66.1
  75–99 34,634 62.3 61.7 62.8 46.4 45.5 47.3