The Cancer Institute NSW manages a number of registries and data collections that provide comprehensive information about cancer in NSW.
Data and statistics are made available to governments, health services and providers, researchers and the community. Find out how to access our data.
BreastScreen NSW is part of a national program, which collects information on breast screening services within the program for women aged 40 years and over in NSW.
The Cancer Institute Tobacco Tracking Survey (CITTS) has been undertaken since 2005 to evaluate the effectiveness of various anti-tobacco campaigns and to monitor smoking and quitting-related cognitions and behaviours among smokers (and recent quitters) in NSW.
The NSW Pap Test Register (PTR) is a central and confidential record of cervical test results for NSW women. It is a key part of the NSW Cervical Screening Program operated by the Institute.
The NSW Cancer Registry (NSWCR) maintains records of people with cancer in NSW. The data captured within the registry provides useful insights into the impact of cancer, and how it has changed over time.
The Australian Mesothelioma Registry (AMR) contains information about people with mesothelioma; a cancer of the protective lining of body cavities and internal organs, such as the lungs, heart and bowel.
The NSW Prostate Clinical Cancer Registry (PCCR) is the NSW arm of the Prostate Cancer Outcomes Registry Australia and New Zealand; a national initiative funded by the Movember® Foundation. It is a population-based clinical registry that aims to improve the health outcomes for men living with prostate cancer.
The Hereditary Cancer Registry (HCR) provides information, support and a screening reminder service to people affected by hereditary cancer in NSW and the ACT, their family members who may be at risk, and their doctors.
Find a listing of cancer related publications that use data held by the Cancer Institute NSW, as well as how you can access this data for research.