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Prevention is an effective long-term strategy for reducing the burden of cancer and is a key element in cancer control in Australia.
Effective population screening programs can help reduce the incidence of late stage cancers.
The diagnosis domain encompasses cancer incidence and stage at diagnosis.
The treatment domain provides a high-level national system overview of cancer treatments in Australia including surgical and radiotherapy procedures and systemic anti-cancer therapies.
Psychosocial care encompasses cancer patient experience and screening for distress.
This domain looks at participation in cancer clinical trials.
Cancer outcomes include relative survival, mortality, prevalence, recurrence and palliative care.
Find out more about the National Cancer Control Indicators.