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The report estimates there are currently 8.1 million males and 8.8 million females in the U.S. with a history of cancer. About two out of three cancer survivors (68. More than 16.9 million Americans (8.1 million males and 8.8 million females) with a history of cancer were alive on January 1, 2019; this number is projected to reach more than 22.1 million by January 1, 2030 based on the growth and aging of the population alone. The estimated number of cancer survivors was calculated by using data from SEER-9 registries to estimate the proportion of persons, by age, sex, and race, who were alive on January 1, 2001, and had a diagnosis of cancer during 1975-2000, taking into account loss to follow-up (4). Population of US Cancer Survivors Grows to Nearly 17 Million.
The number of cancer survivors in the United States continues to go up. A new report by the American Cancer Society – in collaboration with the National Cancer Institute – estimates there are more than 16.9 million cancer survivors alive in the US today, and that number will grow to more than 22.1. June 2, 2016. A new report by the American Cancer Society – in collaboration with the National Cancer Institute – estimates there are more than 15.5 million cancer survivors alive in the US today, and that number will grow to more than 20 million by 2026. This includes everyone who’s ever had cancer, from the time of diagnosis for the rest of their life.
In 2018, there were approximately 43.8 million cancer survivors diagnosed within the previous 5 years. (Map 1) Their growing visibility makes it increasingly clear that while some cancer survivors thrive, for many, life after cancer presents lasting challenges. As of January 2019, it is estimated that there are 16.9 million cancer survivors in the United States. This represents approximately 5.0% of the population. 1 The number of cancer survivors is projected to increase by 31%, to 22.2 million, by 2030.
1 The number of cancer survivors is projected to grow to 26.1 million by 2040. 2. As of 2012, there were an estimated 13.7 million cancer survivors in the U.S. alone,9representing approximately 4% of the population.10 Figure 2 5-year relative survival of all malignancies diagnosed 2000–2002, stratified by sex.
In 2016, it was estimated that there were 15.5 million cancer survivors in the United States. As of 2015, at least 429,000 of these survivors were first diagnosed when they were under the age of 20. Advances in cancer treatment mean that today 84 percent of children diagnosed with cancer are alive at least five years after diagnosis.
The number of cancer survivors in the U.S. is set to rise by more than 5 million by 2030, according to a new analysis from the American Cancer Society. Researchers estimate more than 16.9 million.
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