BreastScreen Australia aims to reduce illness and death resulting from breast cancer through organised screening of women. This report is the latest in an annual series that presents national statistics monitoring the program against performance indicators.
More than 1.3 million women in the target age group of 50-69 were screened in 2010-2011, a participation rate of 55%. Breast cancer mortality is at a historic low, at 43 deaths per 100,000 women.
ISSN 1039-3307; ISBN 978-1-74249-507-1; Cat. no. CAN 74; 108pp.; $14.50
Publication table of contents
- Preliminary material
- Title and verso pages
- How many women were diagnosed with, or died from, breast cancer?
- How many women participated in BreastScreen Australia?
- How many women were recalled for further investigation?
- How many women had a small breast cancer detected?
- Body section
- Data at a glance
- Section 1 Introduction
- Section 2 Performance indicators
- Indicator 1 Participation
- Indicator 2 Rescreening
- Indicator 3 Recall to assessment
- Indicator 4 Invasive breast cancer detection
- Indicator 5 Ductal carcinoma in situ detection
- Indicator 6a Interval cancers
- Indicator 6b Program sensitivity
- Indicator 7a Invasive breast cancer incidence
- Indicator 7b Ductal carcinoma in situ incidence
- Indicator 8 Mortality
- End matter
- Appendix A Additional data
- Appendix B BreastScreen Australia information
- Appendix C Data sources and classifications
- Appendix D BreastScreen Australia 2010-2011 Data Quality Statement
- Appendix E Statistical methods
- List of tables
- List of figures
- Related publications
AIHW 2013. BreastScreen Australia monitoring report 2010-2011. Cancer series 77. Cat. no. CAN 74. Canberra: AIHW.