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Only 1% of patients have metastases at diagnosis (stage IV). The stage distribution for each cancer type will reflect many factors including how the cancer type develops, the way symptoms appear, public awareness of symptoms, how quickly a person goes to see their doctor and how quickly the cancer is recognised and diagnosed by a doctor.
incidence rates have increased by 28% in males in the UK since the early 1990s.[1-4] Testicular cancer incidence rates increased by 46% in Great Britain between 1979-19-1993.[1-3] Over the last decade in the UK (between 2003-20-2014), testicular cancer AS incidence rates in males have increased by 11%.[1-4] Testicular Cancer (C62), European Age-Standardised Incidence Rates, Males, UK, 1993-2014 Testicular cancer incidence rates have increased overall in most adult age groups in the UK since the early 1990s, but have remained stable in men aged 70-79 and 80 .[1-4] The largest increase has been in men aged 50-59, with European AS incidence rates increasing by 58% between 1993-19-2014.
Testicular Cancer (C62), European Age-Standardised Incidence Rates, by Age, Males, UK, 1993-2014 A high proportion (96%) of testicular cancer cases in Northern Ireland have stage at diagnosis recorded. Testicular cancer patients with a known stage are most commonly diagnosed at stage I (77%).
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