Trends in cervical cancer survival in Europe, 1983-1994: A population-based study

Magdalena Bielska-Lasota, Riccardo Inghelmann, Lonneke van de Poll-Franse, Riccardo Capocaccia, H. H. Storm, T. Aareleid, M. Jechova, M. Rousarova, T. Hakulinen, G. Hédelin, I. Tron, E. Le Gall, G. Launoy, J. Macé-Lesec'h, J. Faivre, G. Chaplain, P. M. Carli, A. Danzon, B. Tretarre, M. ColonnaB. Lacour, N. Raverdy, C. Berger, B. Freycon, P. Grosclaude, J. Estève, P. Kaatsch, H. Ziegler, D. Hölzel, G. Schubert Fritschle, L. Tryggvadottir, F. Berrino, C. Allemani, P. Baili, L. Ciccolallo, P. Crosignani, G. Gatta, A. Micheli, M. Sant, E. Taussig, S. Sowe, S. Ferretti, E. Conti, M. Vercelli, A. Quaglia, F. Pannelli, M. Federico, M. E. Artioli, M. Ponz De Leon, P. Benatti, V. De Lisi, L. Servente, R. Zanetti, S. Patriarca, C. Magnani, G. Pastore, L. Gafà, R. Tumino, F. Falcini, M. Budroni, E. Paci, E. Crocetti, P. Zambon, S. Guzzinati, R. Capocaccia, E. Carrani, R. De Angelis, P. Roazzi, M. Santaquilani, A. Tavilla, F. Valente, A. Verdecchia, M. Dalmas, F. Langmark, A. Andersen, Paulo Pinheiro, J. Rachtan, M. Bielska-Lasota, Z. Wronkowski, M. Zwierko, I. Pleško, A. Obsitníková, V. Pompe-Kirn, M. Primic-Žakelj, I. Izarzugaza, C. Martinez-Garcia, I. Garau, C. Navarro, M. D. Chirlaque, E. Ardanaz, C. Moreno, J. Galceran, A. Torrella, R. Peris-Bonet, L. Barlow, T. Möller, G. Jundt, J. M. Lutz, C. Bouchardy, J. W.W. Coebergh, A. van der Does-van den Berg, O. Visser, S. Godward, M. P. Coleman, E. M.I. Williams, D. Forman, M. J. Quinn, M. Roche, S. Edwards, C. Stiller, J. Verne, H. Møller, J. Bell, H. Botha, G. Lawrence, R. Black, J. A. Steward

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

24 Citations (Scopus)

Abstract

Objective.: To evaluate trends in survival from cervical cancer in Europe and in European countries participating in the EUROCARE study as a function of age, morphology and stage at diagnosis. Methods.: Relative survival and relative excess risk of death within 5 years of diagnosis, as a function of age, morphology and stage, among 73,022 women aged 15-99 years diagnosed during 1983-1994 and followed up to 1999 in each of 18 European countries participating in the EUROCARE study, using data from 34 population-based cancer registries. Results.: Overall five-year relative survival was 62%, rising by 2% during the period 1983-1994. The highest survival occurred in Northern and Western Europe and the lowest in Central Europe. Survival falls with age at diagnosis, but mainly for localised disease. Survival is higher for adenocarcinoma in younger women, but higher for squamous cell carcinoma in older women. The proportions of younger women, localised cancer and adenocarcinoma all increased. The main improvements in survival were for women under 65, and for metastatic disease. Conclusions.: Survival in Europe has improved slowly but steadily, but the trend is not geographically uniform. Central European countries and the UK saw little or no improvement, and survival in those countries remains the lowest among participating countries in Europe. Further reduction of cervical cancer mortality in Europe may be expected from expansion of screening, and improvement in the treatment of older women, and of metastatic disease.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Pages (from-to)609-619
Number of pages11
JournalGynecologic oncology
Volume105
Issue number3
DOIs
StatePublished - Jun 1 2007
Externally publishedYes

Fingerprint

Uterine Cervical Neoplasms
Survival
Population
Adenocarcinoma
Registries
Squamous Cell Carcinoma
Neoplasms
Mortality

Keywords

  • Cervical cancer
  • Europe
  • Population-based study
  • Survival
  • Trends

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Oncology
  • Obstetrics and Gynecology

Cite this

Bielska-Lasota, M., Inghelmann, R., van de Poll-Franse, L., Capocaccia, R., Storm, H. H., Aareleid, T., ... Steward, J. A. (2007). Trends in cervical cancer survival in Europe, 1983-1994: A population-based study. Gynecologic oncology, 105(3), 609-619. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ygyno.2007.01.048

Trends in cervical cancer survival in Europe, 1983-1994 : A population-based study. / Bielska-Lasota, Magdalena; Inghelmann, Riccardo; van de Poll-Franse, Lonneke; Capocaccia, Riccardo; Storm, H. H.; Aareleid, T.; Jechova, M.; Rousarova, M.; Hakulinen, T.; Hédelin, G.; Tron, I.; Le Gall, E.; Launoy, G.; Macé-Lesec'h, J.; Faivre, J.; Chaplain, G.; Carli, P. M.; Danzon, A.; Tretarre, B.; Colonna, M.; Lacour, B.; Raverdy, N.; Berger, C.; Freycon, B.; Grosclaude, P.; Estève, J.; Kaatsch, P.; Ziegler, H.; Hölzel, D.; Schubert Fritschle, G.; Tryggvadottir, L.; Berrino, F.; Allemani, C.; Baili, P.; Ciccolallo, L.; Crosignani, P.; Gatta, G.; Micheli, A.; Sant, M.; Taussig, E.; Sowe, S.; Ferretti, S.; Conti, E.; Vercelli, M.; Quaglia, A.; Pannelli, F.; Federico, M.; Artioli, M. E.; Ponz De Leon, M.; Benatti, P.; De Lisi, V.; Servente, L.; Zanetti, R.; Patriarca, S.; Magnani, C.; Pastore, G.; Gafà, L.; Tumino, R.; Falcini, F.; Budroni, M.; Paci, E.; Crocetti, E.; Zambon, P.; Guzzinati, S.; Capocaccia, R.; Carrani, E.; De Angelis, R.; Roazzi, P.; Santaquilani, M.; Tavilla, A.; Valente, F.; Verdecchia, A.; Dalmas, M.; Langmark, F.; Andersen, A.; Pinheiro, Paulo; Rachtan, J.; Bielska-Lasota, M.; Wronkowski, Z.; Zwierko, M.; Pleško, I.; Obsitníková, A.; Pompe-Kirn, V.; Primic-Žakelj, M.; Izarzugaza, I.; Martinez-Garcia, C.; Garau, I.; Navarro, C.; Chirlaque, M. D.; Ardanaz, E.; Moreno, C.; Galceran, J.; Torrella, A.; Peris-Bonet, R.; Barlow, L.; Möller, T.; Jundt, G.; Lutz, J. M.; Bouchardy, C.; Coebergh, J. W.W.; van der Does-van den Berg, A.; Visser, O.; Godward, S.; Coleman, M. P.; Williams, E. M.I.; Forman, D.; Quinn, M. J.; Roche, M.; Edwards, S.; Stiller, C.; Verne, J.; Møller, H.; Bell, J.; Botha, H.; Lawrence, G.; Black, R.; Steward, J. A.

In: Gynecologic oncology, Vol. 105, No. 3, 01.06.2007, p. 609-619.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Bielska-Lasota, M, Inghelmann, R, van de Poll-Franse, L, Capocaccia, R, Storm, HH, Aareleid, T, Jechova, M, Rousarova, M, Hakulinen, T, Hédelin, G, Tron, I, Le Gall, E, Launoy, G, Macé-Lesec'h, J, Faivre, J, Chaplain, G, Carli, PM, Danzon, A, Tretarre, B, Colonna, M, Lacour, B, Raverdy, N, Berger, C, Freycon, B, Grosclaude, P, Estève, J, Kaatsch, P, Ziegler, H, Hölzel, D, Schubert Fritschle, G, Tryggvadottir, L, Berrino, F, Allemani, C, Baili, P, Ciccolallo, L, Crosignani, P, Gatta, G, Micheli, A, Sant, M, Taussig, E, Sowe, S, Ferretti, S, Conti, E, Vercelli, M, Quaglia, A, Pannelli, F, Federico, M, Artioli, ME, Ponz De Leon, M, Benatti, P, De Lisi, V, Servente, L, Zanetti, R, Patriarca, S, Magnani, C, Pastore, G, Gafà, L, Tumino, R, Falcini, F, Budroni, M, Paci, E, Crocetti, E, Zambon, P, Guzzinati, S, Capocaccia, R, Carrani, E, De Angelis, R, Roazzi, P, Santaquilani, M, Tavilla, A, Valente, F, Verdecchia, A, Dalmas, M, Langmark, F, Andersen, A, Pinheiro, P, Rachtan, J, Bielska-Lasota, M, Wronkowski, Z, Zwierko, M, Pleško, I, Obsitníková, A, Pompe-Kirn, V, Primic-Žakelj, M, Izarzugaza, I, Martinez-Garcia, C, Garau, I, Navarro, C, Chirlaque, MD, Ardanaz, E, Moreno, C, Galceran, J, Torrella, A, Peris-Bonet, R, Barlow, L, Möller, T, Jundt, G, Lutz, JM, Bouchardy, C, Coebergh, JWW, van der Does-van den Berg, A, Visser, O, Godward, S, Coleman, MP, Williams, EMI, Forman, D, Quinn, MJ, Roche, M, Edwards, S, Stiller, C, Verne, J, Møller, H, Bell, J, Botha, H, Lawrence, G, Black, R & Steward, JA 2007, 'Trends in cervical cancer survival in Europe, 1983-1994: A population-based study', Gynecologic oncology, vol. 105, no. 3, pp. 609-619. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ygyno.2007.01.048
Bielska-Lasota M, Inghelmann R, van de Poll-Franse L, Capocaccia R, Storm HH, Aareleid T et al. Trends in cervical cancer survival in Europe, 1983-1994: A population-based study. Gynecologic oncology. 2007 Jun 1;105(3):609-619. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ygyno.2007.01.048
Bielska-Lasota, Magdalena ; Inghelmann, Riccardo ; van de Poll-Franse, Lonneke ; Capocaccia, Riccardo ; Storm, H. H. ; Aareleid, T. ; Jechova, M. ; Rousarova, M. ; Hakulinen, T. ; Hédelin, G. ; Tron, I. ; Le Gall, E. ; Launoy, G. ; Macé-Lesec'h, J. ; Faivre, J. ; Chaplain, G. ; Carli, P. M. ; Danzon, A. ; Tretarre, B. ; Colonna, M. ; Lacour, B. ; Raverdy, N. ; Berger, C. ; Freycon, B. ; Grosclaude, P. ; Estève, J. ; Kaatsch, P. ; Ziegler, H. ; Hölzel, D. ; Schubert Fritschle, G. ; Tryggvadottir, L. ; Berrino, F. ; Allemani, C. ; Baili, P. ; Ciccolallo, L. ; Crosignani, P. ; Gatta, G. ; Micheli, A. ; Sant, M. ; Taussig, E. ; Sowe, S. ; Ferretti, S. ; Conti, E. ; Vercelli, M. ; Quaglia, A. ; Pannelli, F. ; Federico, M. ; Artioli, M. E. ; Ponz De Leon, M. ; Benatti, P. ; De Lisi, V. ; Servente, L. ; Zanetti, R. ; Patriarca, S. ; Magnani, C. ; Pastore, G. ; Gafà, L. ; Tumino, R. ; Falcini, F. ; Budroni, M. ; Paci, E. ; Crocetti, E. ; Zambon, P. ; Guzzinati, S. ; Capocaccia, R. ; Carrani, E. ; De Angelis, R. ; Roazzi, P. ; Santaquilani, M. ; Tavilla, A. ; Valente, F. ; Verdecchia, A. ; Dalmas, M. ; Langmark, F. ; Andersen, A. ; Pinheiro, Paulo ; Rachtan, J. ; Bielska-Lasota, M. ; Wronkowski, Z. ; Zwierko, M. ; Pleško, I. ; Obsitníková, A. ; Pompe-Kirn, V. ; Primic-Žakelj, M. ; Izarzugaza, I. ; Martinez-Garcia, C. ; Garau, I. ; Navarro, C. ; Chirlaque, M. D. ; Ardanaz, E. ; Moreno, C. ; Galceran, J. ; Torrella, A. ; Peris-Bonet, R. ; Barlow, L. ; Möller, T. ; Jundt, G. ; Lutz, J. M. ; Bouchardy, C. ; Coebergh, J. W.W. ; van der Does-van den Berg, A. ; Visser, O. ; Godward, S. ; Coleman, M. P. ; Williams, E. M.I. ; Forman, D. ; Quinn, M. J. ; Roche, M. ; Edwards, S. ; Stiller, C. ; Verne, J. ; Møller, H. ; Bell, J. ; Botha, H. ; Lawrence, G. ; Black, R. ; Steward, J. A. / Trends in cervical cancer survival in Europe, 1983-1994 : A population-based study. In: Gynecologic oncology. 2007 ; Vol. 105, No. 3. pp. 609-619.
@article{ef7aa59826584b92ad58a6b8a14c8519,
title = "Trends in cervical cancer survival in Europe, 1983-1994: A population-based study",
abstract = "Objective.: To evaluate trends in survival from cervical cancer in Europe and in European countries participating in the EUROCARE study as a function of age, morphology and stage at diagnosis. Methods.: Relative survival and relative excess risk of death within 5 years of diagnosis, as a function of age, morphology and stage, among 73,022 women aged 15-99 years diagnosed during 1983-1994 and followed up to 1999 in each of 18 European countries participating in the EUROCARE study, using data from 34 population-based cancer registries. Results.: Overall five-year relative survival was 62{\%}, rising by 2{\%} during the period 1983-1994. The highest survival occurred in Northern and Western Europe and the lowest in Central Europe. Survival falls with age at diagnosis, but mainly for localised disease. Survival is higher for adenocarcinoma in younger women, but higher for squamous cell carcinoma in older women. The proportions of younger women, localised cancer and adenocarcinoma all increased. The main improvements in survival were for women under 65, and for metastatic disease. Conclusions.: Survival in Europe has improved slowly but steadily, but the trend is not geographically uniform. Central European countries and the UK saw little or no improvement, and survival in those countries remains the lowest among participating countries in Europe. Further reduction of cervical cancer mortality in Europe may be expected from expansion of screening, and improvement in the treatment of older women, and of metastatic disease.",
keywords = "Cervical cancer, Europe, Population-based study, Survival, Trends",
author = "Magdalena Bielska-Lasota and Riccardo Inghelmann and {van de Poll-Franse}, Lonneke and Riccardo Capocaccia and Storm, {H. H.} and T. Aareleid and M. Jechova and M. Rousarova and T. Hakulinen and G. H{\'e}delin and I. Tron and {Le Gall}, E. and G. Launoy and J. Mac{\'e}-Lesec'h and J. Faivre and G. Chaplain and Carli, {P. M.} and A. Danzon and B. Tretarre and M. Colonna and B. Lacour and N. Raverdy and C. Berger and B. Freycon and P. Grosclaude and J. Est{\`e}ve and P. Kaatsch and H. Ziegler and D. H{\"o}lzel and {Schubert Fritschle}, G. and L. Tryggvadottir and F. Berrino and C. Allemani and P. Baili and L. Ciccolallo and P. Crosignani and G. Gatta and A. Micheli and M. Sant and E. Taussig and S. Sowe and S. Ferretti and E. Conti and M. Vercelli and A. Quaglia and F. Pannelli and M. Federico and Artioli, {M. E.} and {Ponz De Leon}, M. and P. Benatti and {De Lisi}, V. and L. Servente and R. Zanetti and S. Patriarca and C. Magnani and G. Pastore and L. Gaf{\`a} and R. Tumino and F. Falcini and M. Budroni and E. Paci and E. Crocetti and P. Zambon and S. Guzzinati and R. Capocaccia and E. Carrani and {De Angelis}, R. and P. Roazzi and M. Santaquilani and A. Tavilla and F. Valente and A. Verdecchia and M. Dalmas and F. Langmark and A. Andersen and Paulo Pinheiro and J. Rachtan and M. Bielska-Lasota and Z. Wronkowski and M. Zwierko and I. Pleško and A. Obsitn{\'i}kov{\'a} and V. Pompe-Kirn and M. Primic-Žakelj and I. Izarzugaza and C. Martinez-Garcia and I. Garau and C. Navarro and Chirlaque, {M. D.} and E. Ardanaz and C. Moreno and J. Galceran and A. Torrella and R. Peris-Bonet and L. Barlow and T. M{\"o}ller and G. Jundt and Lutz, {J. M.} and C. Bouchardy and Coebergh, {J. W.W.} and {van der Does-van den Berg}, A. and O. Visser and S. Godward and Coleman, {M. P.} and Williams, {E. M.I.} and D. Forman and Quinn, {M. J.} and M. Roche and S. Edwards and C. Stiller and J. Verne and H. M{\o}ller and J. Bell and H. Botha and G. Lawrence and R. Black and Steward, {J. A.}",
year = "2007",
month = "6",
day = "1",
doi = "10.1016/j.ygyno.2007.01.048",
language = "English (US)",
volume = "105",
pages = "609--619",
journal = "Gynecologic Oncology",
issn = "0090-8258",
publisher = "Academic Press Inc.",
number = "3",

}

TY - JOUR

T1 - Trends in cervical cancer survival in Europe, 1983-1994

T2 - A population-based study

AU - Bielska-Lasota, Magdalena

AU - Inghelmann, Riccardo

AU - van de Poll-Franse, Lonneke

AU - Capocaccia, Riccardo

AU - Storm, H. H.

AU - Aareleid, T.

AU - Jechova, M.

AU - Rousarova, M.

AU - Hakulinen, T.

AU - Hédelin, G.

AU - Tron, I.

AU - Le Gall, E.

AU - Launoy, G.

AU - Macé-Lesec'h, J.

AU - Faivre, J.

AU - Chaplain, G.

AU - Carli, P. M.

AU - Danzon, A.

AU - Tretarre, B.

AU - Colonna, M.

AU - Lacour, B.

AU - Raverdy, N.

AU - Berger, C.

AU - Freycon, B.

AU - Grosclaude, P.

AU - Estève, J.

AU - Kaatsch, P.

AU - Ziegler, H.

AU - Hölzel, D.

AU - Schubert Fritschle, G.

AU - Tryggvadottir, L.

AU - Berrino, F.

AU - Allemani, C.

AU - Baili, P.

AU - Ciccolallo, L.

AU - Crosignani, P.

AU - Gatta, G.

AU - Micheli, A.

AU - Sant, M.

AU - Taussig, E.

AU - Sowe, S.

AU - Ferretti, S.

AU - Conti, E.

AU - Vercelli, M.

AU - Quaglia, A.

AU - Pannelli, F.

AU - Federico, M.

AU - Artioli, M. E.

AU - Ponz De Leon, M.

AU - Benatti, P.

AU - De Lisi, V.

AU - Servente, L.

AU - Zanetti, R.

AU - Patriarca, S.

AU - Magnani, C.

AU - Pastore, G.

AU - Gafà, L.

AU - Tumino, R.

AU - Falcini, F.

AU - Budroni, M.

AU - Paci, E.

AU - Crocetti, E.

AU - Zambon, P.

AU - Guzzinati, S.

AU - Capocaccia, R.

AU - Carrani, E.

AU - De Angelis, R.

AU - Roazzi, P.

AU - Santaquilani, M.

AU - Tavilla, A.

AU - Valente, F.

AU - Verdecchia, A.

AU - Dalmas, M.

AU - Langmark, F.

AU - Andersen, A.

AU - Pinheiro, Paulo

AU - Rachtan, J.

AU - Bielska-Lasota, M.

AU - Wronkowski, Z.

AU - Zwierko, M.

AU - Pleško, I.

AU - Obsitníková, A.

AU - Pompe-Kirn, V.

AU - Primic-Žakelj, M.

AU - Izarzugaza, I.

AU - Martinez-Garcia, C.

AU - Garau, I.

AU - Navarro, C.

AU - Chirlaque, M. D.

AU - Ardanaz, E.

AU - Moreno, C.

AU - Galceran, J.

AU - Torrella, A.

AU - Peris-Bonet, R.

AU - Barlow, L.

AU - Möller, T.

AU - Jundt, G.

AU - Lutz, J. M.

AU - Bouchardy, C.

AU - Coebergh, J. W.W.

AU - van der Does-van den Berg, A.

AU - Visser, O.

AU - Godward, S.

AU - Coleman, M. P.

AU - Williams, E. M.I.

AU - Forman, D.

AU - Quinn, M. J.

AU - Roche, M.

AU - Edwards, S.

AU - Stiller, C.

AU - Verne, J.

AU - Møller, H.

AU - Bell, J.

AU - Botha, H.

AU - Lawrence, G.

AU - Black, R.

AU - Steward, J. A.

PY - 2007/6/1

Y1 - 2007/6/1

N2 - Objective.: To evaluate trends in survival from cervical cancer in Europe and in European countries participating in the EUROCARE study as a function of age, morphology and stage at diagnosis. Methods.: Relative survival and relative excess risk of death within 5 years of diagnosis, as a function of age, morphology and stage, among 73,022 women aged 15-99 years diagnosed during 1983-1994 and followed up to 1999 in each of 18 European countries participating in the EUROCARE study, using data from 34 population-based cancer registries. Results.: Overall five-year relative survival was 62%, rising by 2% during the period 1983-1994. The highest survival occurred in Northern and Western Europe and the lowest in Central Europe. Survival falls with age at diagnosis, but mainly for localised disease. Survival is higher for adenocarcinoma in younger women, but higher for squamous cell carcinoma in older women. The proportions of younger women, localised cancer and adenocarcinoma all increased. The main improvements in survival were for women under 65, and for metastatic disease. Conclusions.: Survival in Europe has improved slowly but steadily, but the trend is not geographically uniform. Central European countries and the UK saw little or no improvement, and survival in those countries remains the lowest among participating countries in Europe. Further reduction of cervical cancer mortality in Europe may be expected from expansion of screening, and improvement in the treatment of older women, and of metastatic disease.

AB - Objective.: To evaluate trends in survival from cervical cancer in Europe and in European countries participating in the EUROCARE study as a function of age, morphology and stage at diagnosis. Methods.: Relative survival and relative excess risk of death within 5 years of diagnosis, as a function of age, morphology and stage, among 73,022 women aged 15-99 years diagnosed during 1983-1994 and followed up to 1999 in each of 18 European countries participating in the EUROCARE study, using data from 34 population-based cancer registries. Results.: Overall five-year relative survival was 62%, rising by 2% during the period 1983-1994. The highest survival occurred in Northern and Western Europe and the lowest in Central Europe. Survival falls with age at diagnosis, but mainly for localised disease. Survival is higher for adenocarcinoma in younger women, but higher for squamous cell carcinoma in older women. The proportions of younger women, localised cancer and adenocarcinoma all increased. The main improvements in survival were for women under 65, and for metastatic disease. Conclusions.: Survival in Europe has improved slowly but steadily, but the trend is not geographically uniform. Central European countries and the UK saw little or no improvement, and survival in those countries remains the lowest among participating countries in Europe. Further reduction of cervical cancer mortality in Europe may be expected from expansion of screening, and improvement in the treatment of older women, and of metastatic disease.

KW - Cervical cancer

KW - Europe

KW - Population-based study

KW - Survival

KW - Trends

UR - http://www.scopus.com/inward/record.url?scp=34248371599&partnerID=8YFLogxK

UR - http://www.scopus.com/inward/citedby.url?scp=34248371599&partnerID=8YFLogxK

U2 - 10.1016/j.ygyno.2007.01.048

DO - 10.1016/j.ygyno.2007.01.048

M3 - Article

C2 - 17399766

AN - SCOPUS:34248371599

VL - 105

SP - 609

EP - 619

JO - Gynecologic Oncology

JF - Gynecologic Oncology

SN - 0090-8258

IS - 3

ER -