Cancer in Young People in Canada Data Tool

The Cancer in Young People in Canada (CYP-C) Data Tool provides pan-Canadian surveillance data on children and youth with cancer to inform research and planning for cancer control efforts. The CYP-C surveillance system operates through a collaboration between the Public Health Agency of Canada, the Canadian Partnership Against Cancer, and the C17 Council, a network of all seventeen children’s cancer hospitals across the country.

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CYP-C data use applications

CYP-C data use applications

The Cancer in Young People in Canada (CYP-C) is a collaborative effort between the C17 Council, the Public Health Agency of Canada (PHAC), and the Canadian Partnership Against Cancer (CPAC). Individual level data and aggregate level data may be requested from the CYP-C dataset. Applications may be submitted at anytime to the C17 Surveillance Coordinator.

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Make your impact on childhood cancer

Make your impact on childhood cancer

The Cancer in Young People in Canada (CYP-C) Program maintains a national childhood cancer surveillance and research database that is available to researchers seeking to improve cancer diagnosis, treatment, and outcomes.

Publications

Childhood cancer incidence in Canada: demographic and geographic variation of temporal trends (1992–2010)

Childhood cancer incidence in Canada: demographic and geographic variation of temporal trends (1992–2010)

Surveillance of childhood cancer incidence trends can inform etiologic research, policy and programs. This study presents the first population-based report on demographic and geographic variations in incidence trends of detailed pediatric diagnostic groups in Canada.

Cancer in Young People in Canada: A Report from the Enhanced Childhood Cancer Surveillance System

Cancer in Young People in Canada: A Report from the Enhanced Childhood Cancer Surveillance System

The Cancer in Young People in Canada report presents in-depth diagnostic, treatment, and outcome data on children under the age of 15 years diagnosed with cancer.


Acknowledgments

The contributions of study participants, participating pediatric oncology centres, members of the CYP-C Management and Steering Committees, the Pediatric Oncology Group of Ontario and its five hospital partners, the C17 Council, and the Canadian Partnership Against Cancer are gratefully acknowledged.

Suggested Citation

Centre for Surveillance and Applied Research, Public Health Agency of Canada. Cancer in Young People in Canada Data Tool. 2020 Edition. Public Health Infobase. Ottawa (ON): Public Health Agency of Canada, 2020.

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