Common cancers diagnosed in males

    • For the period 2015-2019, the five most commonly diagnosed cancers accounted for 63.1% of all newly diagnosed cancers in males. For males, the five most common cancer types were prostate, melanoma of skin, bowel, lung and lymphomas.
    • The five most common cancers for males in the ACT are similar to the most common cancers nationally.

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