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SURVCAN-3 is the third initiative to produce reliable and comparable survival statistics for countries in transition, expanding the coverage area of previous projects. In addition to providing survival estimates for benchmarking purposes in countries in transition, SURVCAN-3 aims to enhance registries’ expertise in collecting the local data needed to participate in this project, as well as to support the local capacity to perform survival analyses in the registries.

The SURVCAN-3 project launched in September 2016. As of April 2017, more than 80 registries in 36 countries have agreed to participate in SURVCAN-3. The project will reach completion by the end of 2018.



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The SurvCan-3 Editorial Board meeting will be held on 28-31 August 2018 at IARC, Lyon, France – August 2018
Data collection for survival studies: data quality & assessment for survival analysis” webinar now online! – January 2018
As part of the Summer School on Modern Methods in Biostatistics and Epidemiology, Paul Dickman and Paul Lambert will present an intensive 1-week course on the principles, methods and application of statistical methods in population-based cancer survival analysis. Further details are available here - December 2017
Data collection for survival studies: follow-up using passive and active methods webinar now online! – May 2017
Data collection for survival studies: follow-up using passive and active methods live webinar – 3 April 2017
Data collection for survival studies: follow-up using passive and active methods live webinar – 13 March 2017
SURVCAN-3 call for data launched – 15 September 2016
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