{"title":"Ratio of adult patients enrolled in clinical trials to number of incident cases, by disease site, four most common cancers and all cancers combined \u2014 2014 enrolment year","slug":"figure-6-2","name":"Figure 6.2","permalink":"http:\/\/www.systemperformance.ca\/figure\/figure-6-2\/","headers":["Disease site","Number of patients enrolled in clinical trials","Number of incident cases","Ratio","Lower bound of 95% confidence interval","Upper bound of 95% confidence interval"],"data":[{"Disease site":"All cancers","Number of patients enrolled in clinical trials":"6319","Number of incident cases":"141000","Ratio":"0.045","Lower bound of 95% confidence interval":"0.044","Upper bound of 95% confidence interval":"0.046"},{"Disease site":"Breast","Number of patients enrolled in clinical trials":"350","Number of incident cases":"8600","Ratio":"0.041","Lower bound of 95% confidence interval":"0.037","Upper bound of 95% confidence interval":"0.045"},{"Disease site":"Prostate","Number of patients enrolled in clinical trials":"263","Number of incident cases":"9180","Ratio":"0.029","Lower bound of 95% confidence interval":"0.025","Upper bound of 95% confidence interval":"0.032"},{"Disease site":"Colorectal","Number of patients enrolled in clinical trials":"129","Number of incident cases":"8830","Ratio":"0.015","Lower bound of 95% confidence interval":"0.012","Upper bound of 95% confidence interval":"0.017"},{"Disease site":"Lung","Number of patients enrolled in clinical trials":"96","Number of incident cases":"8970","Ratio":"0.011","Lower bound of 95% confidence interval":"0.009","Upper bound of 95% confidence interval":"0.013"}],"footnotes":["Data for 4 most common cancers are from BC, AB, SK, MB, NB, NS and NL.","Data for all cancers are from BC, AB, SK, MB, ON, NB, NS and NL.","The Canadian Cancer Society\u2019s (CCS) projected 2014 cancer incident cases were used for this indicator. CCS projections are derived from statistical models incorporating data obtained from the Canadian Cancer Registry, National Cancer Incidence Reporting System, Canadian Vital Statistics\u2019 Death Database, and population life tables, censuses and forecasts.","The indicator is a ratio, not a rate. As such, the numerator is not a complete subset of the denominator. Cases included in the numerator could have been diagnosed in previous years or could be recurrent cases.","Data source: Provincial cancer agencies and programs; Canadian Cancer Society, Canadian Cancer Statistics."]}