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Overall and stage-specific survival of patients with screen-detected colorectal cancer in European countries: A population-based study in 9 countries

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Cardoso, R, Guo, F, Heisser, T, De Schutter, H, Van Damme, N, Nilbert, MC, Christensen, J, Bouvier, A-M, Bouvier, V, Launoy, G, Woronoff, A-S, Cariou, M, Robaszkiewicz, M, Delafosse, P, Poncet, F, Walsh, PM, Senore, C, Rosso, S, Lemmens, VEPP, Elferink, MAG, Tomšič, S, Žagar, T, Marques, ALDM, Marcos-Gragera, R, Puigdemont, M, Galceran, J, Carulla, M, Sánchez-Gil, A, Chirlaque, M-D, Hoffmeister, M & Brenner, H 2022, 'Overall and stage-specific survival of patients with screen-detected colorectal cancer in European countries: A population-based study in 9 countries', The Lancet regional health. Europe, vol. 21, 100458, pp. 1-11. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.lanepe.2022.100458

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Cardoso, R., Guo, F., Heisser, T., De Schutter, H., Van Damme, N., Nilbert, M. C., Christensen, J., Bouvier, A-M., Bouvier, V., Launoy, G., Woronoff, A-S., Cariou, M., Robaszkiewicz, M., Delafosse, P., Poncet, F., Walsh, P. M., Senore, C., Rosso, S., Lemmens, V. E. P. P., ... Brenner, H. (2022). Overall and stage-specific survival of patients with screen-detected colorectal cancer in European countries: A population-based study in 9 countries. The Lancet regional health. Europe, 21, 1-11. [100458]. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.lanepe.2022.100458

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Cardoso R, Guo F, Heisser T, De Schutter H, Van Damme N, Nilbert MC, Christensen J, Bouvier A-M, Bouvier V, Launoy G, Woronoff A-S, Cariou M, Robaszkiewicz M, Delafosse P, Poncet F, Walsh PM, Senore C, Rosso S, Lemmens VEPP, Elferink MAG, Tomšič S, Žagar T, Marques ALDM, Marcos-Gragera R, Puigdemont M, Galceran J, Carulla M, Sánchez-Gil A, Chirlaque M-D, Hoffmeister M, Brenner H. 2022. Overall and stage-specific survival of patients with screen-detected colorectal cancer in European countries: A population-based study in 9 countries. The Lancet regional health. Europe. 21:1-11. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.lanepe.2022.100458

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Cardoso, Rafael ; Guo, Feng ; Heisser, Thomas ; De Schutter, Harlinde ; Van Damme, Nancy ; Nilbert, Mef Christina ; Christensen, Jane ; Bouvier, Anne-Marie ; Bouvier, Véronique ; Launoy, Guy ; Woronoff, Anne-Sophie ; Cariou, Mélanie ; Robaszkiewicz, Michel ; Delafosse, Patricia ; Poncet, Florence ; Walsh, Paul M ; Senore, Carlo ; Rosso, Stefano ; Lemmens, Valery E P P ; Elferink, Marloes A G ; Tomšič, Sonja ; Žagar, Tina ; Marques, Arantza Lopez de Munain ; Marcos-Gragera, Rafael ; Puigdemont, Montse ; Galceran, Jaume ; Carulla, Marià ; Sánchez-Gil, Antonia ; Chirlaque, María-Dolores ; Hoffmeister, Michael ; Brenner, Hermann. / Overall and stage-specific survival of patients with screen-detected colorectal cancer in European countries : A population-based study in 9 countries. In: The Lancet regional health. Europe. 2022 ; Vol. 21. pp. 1-11.

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@article{6923101467614f88abaa115e79d8c161,
title = "Overall and stage-specific survival of patients with screen-detected colorectal cancer in European countries: A population-based study in 9 countries",
abstract = "Background: An increasing proportion of colorectal cancers (CRCs) are detected through screening due to the availability of organised population-based programmes. We aimed to analyse survival probabilities of patients with screen-detected CRC in European countries.Methods: Data from CRC patients were obtained from 16 population-based cancer registries in nine European countries. We included patients with cancer diagnosed from the year organised CRC screening programmes were introduced until the most recent year with available data at the time of analysis, whose ages at diagnosis fell into the age groups targeted by screening. Patients were followed up with regards to vital status until 2016-2020 across the various countries. Overall and CRC-specific survival were analysed by mode of detection and stage at diagnosis for all countries combined and for each country separately using the Kaplan-Meier method.Findings: We included data from 228 134 patients, of whom 134 597 (aged 60-69 years at diagnosis targeted by screening in all countries) were considered in analyses for all countries combined. 22·3% (38 080/134 597) of patients had cancer detected through screening. Most screen-detected cancers were found at stages I-II (65·6% [12 772/19 469 included in stage-specific analyses]), while the majority of non-screen-detected cancers were found at stages III-IV (56·4% [31 882/56 543 included in stage-specific analyses]). Five-year overall and CRC-specific survival rates for patients with screen-detected cancer were 83·4% (95% CI 82·9-83·9) and 89·2% (88·8-89·7), respectively; for patients with non-screen-detected cancer, they were much lower (57·5% [57·2-57·8] and 65·7% [65·4-66·1], respectively). The favourable survival of patients with screen-detected cancer was also seen within each stage - five-year overall survival rates for patients with screen-detected stage I, II, III, and IV cancers were 92.4% (95% CI 91·6-93·1), 87·9% (86·6-89·1), 80·7% (79·3-82·0), and 32·3 (29·4-35·2), respectively. These patterns were also consistently seen for each individual country.Interpretation: Patients with cancer diagnosed at screening have a very favourable prognosis. In the rare case of detection of advanced stage cancer, survival probabilities are still much higher than those commonly reported for all patients regardless of mode of detection. Although these results cannot be taken to quantify screening effects, they provide useful and encouraging information for patients with screen-detected CRC and their physicians.Funding: This study was supported in part by grants from the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research and the German Cancer Aid.",
keywords = "Colorectal cancer, Survival, Screening, Europe",
author = "Rafael Cardoso and Feng Guo and Thomas Heisser and {De Schutter}, Harlinde and {Van Damme}, Nancy and Nilbert, {Mef Christina} and Jane Christensen and Anne-Marie Bouvier and V{\'e}ronique Bouvier and Guy Launoy and Anne-Sophie Woronoff and M{\'e}lanie Cariou and Michel Robaszkiewicz and Patricia Delafosse and Florence Poncet and Walsh, {Paul M} and Carlo Senore and Stefano Rosso and Lemmens, {Valery E P P} and Elferink, {Marloes A G} and Sonja Tom{\v s}i{\v c} and Tina {\v Z}agar and Marques, {Arantza Lopez de Munain} and Rafael Marcos-Gragera and Montse Puigdemont and Jaume Galceran and Mari{\`a} Carulla and Antonia S{\'a}nchez-Gil and Mar{\'i}a-Dolores Chirlaque and Michael Hoffmeister and Hermann Brenner",
note = "{\textcopyright} 2022 The Authors.",
year = "2022",
month = oct,
doi = "10.1016/j.lanepe.2022.100458",
language = "English",
volume = "21",
pages = "1--11",
journal = "The Lancet regional health. Europe",
issn = "2666-7762",
publisher = "Elsevier Ltd",

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TY - JOUR

T1 - Overall and stage-specific survival of patients with screen-detected colorectal cancer in European countries

T2 - A population-based study in 9 countries

AU - Cardoso, Rafael

AU - Guo, Feng

AU - Heisser, Thomas

AU - De Schutter, Harlinde

AU - Van Damme, Nancy

AU - Nilbert, Mef Christina

AU - Christensen, Jane

AU - Bouvier, Anne-Marie

AU - Bouvier, Véronique

AU - Launoy, Guy

AU - Woronoff, Anne-Sophie

AU - Cariou, Mélanie

AU - Robaszkiewicz, Michel

AU - Delafosse, Patricia

AU - Poncet, Florence

AU - Walsh, Paul M

AU - Senore, Carlo

AU - Rosso, Stefano

AU - Lemmens, Valery E P P

AU - Elferink, Marloes A G

AU - Tomšič, Sonja

AU - Žagar, Tina

AU - Marques, Arantza Lopez de Munain

AU - Marcos-Gragera, Rafael

AU - Puigdemont, Montse

AU - Galceran, Jaume

AU - Carulla, Marià

AU - Sánchez-Gil, Antonia

AU - Chirlaque, María-Dolores

AU - Hoffmeister, Michael

AU - Brenner, Hermann

N1 - © 2022 The Authors.

PY - 2022/10

Y1 - 2022/10

N2 - Background: An increasing proportion of colorectal cancers (CRCs) are detected through screening due to the availability of organised population-based programmes. We aimed to analyse survival probabilities of patients with screen-detected CRC in European countries.Methods: Data from CRC patients were obtained from 16 population-based cancer registries in nine European countries. We included patients with cancer diagnosed from the year organised CRC screening programmes were introduced until the most recent year with available data at the time of analysis, whose ages at diagnosis fell into the age groups targeted by screening. Patients were followed up with regards to vital status until 2016-2020 across the various countries. Overall and CRC-specific survival were analysed by mode of detection and stage at diagnosis for all countries combined and for each country separately using the Kaplan-Meier method.Findings: We included data from 228 134 patients, of whom 134 597 (aged 60-69 years at diagnosis targeted by screening in all countries) were considered in analyses for all countries combined. 22·3% (38 080/134 597) of patients had cancer detected through screening. Most screen-detected cancers were found at stages I-II (65·6% [12 772/19 469 included in stage-specific analyses]), while the majority of non-screen-detected cancers were found at stages III-IV (56·4% [31 882/56 543 included in stage-specific analyses]). Five-year overall and CRC-specific survival rates for patients with screen-detected cancer were 83·4% (95% CI 82·9-83·9) and 89·2% (88·8-89·7), respectively; for patients with non-screen-detected cancer, they were much lower (57·5% [57·2-57·8] and 65·7% [65·4-66·1], respectively). The favourable survival of patients with screen-detected cancer was also seen within each stage - five-year overall survival rates for patients with screen-detected stage I, II, III, and IV cancers were 92.4% (95% CI 91·6-93·1), 87·9% (86·6-89·1), 80·7% (79·3-82·0), and 32·3 (29·4-35·2), respectively. These patterns were also consistently seen for each individual country.Interpretation: Patients with cancer diagnosed at screening have a very favourable prognosis. In the rare case of detection of advanced stage cancer, survival probabilities are still much higher than those commonly reported for all patients regardless of mode of detection. Although these results cannot be taken to quantify screening effects, they provide useful and encouraging information for patients with screen-detected CRC and their physicians.Funding: This study was supported in part by grants from the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research and the German Cancer Aid.

AB - Background: An increasing proportion of colorectal cancers (CRCs) are detected through screening due to the availability of organised population-based programmes. We aimed to analyse survival probabilities of patients with screen-detected CRC in European countries.Methods: Data from CRC patients were obtained from 16 population-based cancer registries in nine European countries. We included patients with cancer diagnosed from the year organised CRC screening programmes were introduced until the most recent year with available data at the time of analysis, whose ages at diagnosis fell into the age groups targeted by screening. Patients were followed up with regards to vital status until 2016-2020 across the various countries. Overall and CRC-specific survival were analysed by mode of detection and stage at diagnosis for all countries combined and for each country separately using the Kaplan-Meier method.Findings: We included data from 228 134 patients, of whom 134 597 (aged 60-69 years at diagnosis targeted by screening in all countries) were considered in analyses for all countries combined. 22·3% (38 080/134 597) of patients had cancer detected through screening. Most screen-detected cancers were found at stages I-II (65·6% [12 772/19 469 included in stage-specific analyses]), while the majority of non-screen-detected cancers were found at stages III-IV (56·4% [31 882/56 543 included in stage-specific analyses]). Five-year overall and CRC-specific survival rates for patients with screen-detected cancer were 83·4% (95% CI 82·9-83·9) and 89·2% (88·8-89·7), respectively; for patients with non-screen-detected cancer, they were much lower (57·5% [57·2-57·8] and 65·7% [65·4-66·1], respectively). The favourable survival of patients with screen-detected cancer was also seen within each stage - five-year overall survival rates for patients with screen-detected stage I, II, III, and IV cancers were 92.4% (95% CI 91·6-93·1), 87·9% (86·6-89·1), 80·7% (79·3-82·0), and 32·3 (29·4-35·2), respectively. These patterns were also consistently seen for each individual country.Interpretation: Patients with cancer diagnosed at screening have a very favourable prognosis. In the rare case of detection of advanced stage cancer, survival probabilities are still much higher than those commonly reported for all patients regardless of mode of detection. Although these results cannot be taken to quantify screening effects, they provide useful and encouraging information for patients with screen-detected CRC and their physicians.Funding: This study was supported in part by grants from the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research and the German Cancer Aid.

KW - Colorectal cancer

KW - Survival

KW - Screening

KW - Europe

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U2 - 10.1016/j.lanepe.2022.100458

DO - 10.1016/j.lanepe.2022.100458

M3 - Journal article

C2 - 35832063

VL - 21

SP - 1

EP - 11

JO - The Lancet regional health. Europe

JF - The Lancet regional health. Europe

SN - 2666-7762

M1 - 100458

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