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Rates drop slightly for females aged 70-74 and then increase steadily to plateau in the 85-89 and 90 age groups.[1-4] Breast Cancer (C50), Average Number of New Cases per Year and Age-Specific Incidence Rates, Females, UK, 2012-2014 For males, age-specific incidence rates rise steadily from around age 50-54 and then more sharply from around age 85-89.[1-4] Breast Cancer (C50), Average Number of New Cases per Year and Age-Specific Incidence Rates, Males, UK, 2012-2014 For female breast cancer, like other cancer types with a screening programme, incidence increases rapidly at the age screening starts, as prevalent cases are identified.Incidence then tends to return to the usual pattern of gradual increase with age – as seen for male breast cancer.Breast cancer has been the most common cancer in the UK since 1997, despite the fact that it is rare in males.

It has been estimated that there would have been around 1,900 more breast cancer cases each year in England during 2006-2010 if all females experience the same incidence rates as the least deprived.[1] There is no evidence for an association between breast cancer incidence and deprivation in males in England.[1] England-wide data for 2006-2010 show European age-standardised incidence rates are similar for males living in the most deprived areas compared with the least deprived.[1] Breast Cancer (C50), European Age-Standardised Incidence Rates by Deprivation Quintile, Males, England, 2006-2010 Deprivation gradient for cancer incidence Deprivation gradient in in situ breast carcinoma incidence Deprivation gradient in breast cancer mortality Breast cancer survival statistics by socio-economic group Socio-economic variation in cancer incidence for Scotland Socio-economic variation in cancer incidence for Wales Socio-economic variation in cancer incidence for Northern Ireland Data is for UK, 2006-2010, ICD-10 C50 Deprivation gradient statistics were calculated using incidence data for 2006-2010.

It is not sensible to calculate a boundary of uncertainty around these already uncertain point estimates.

Changes are described as 'increase' or 'decrease' if there is any difference between the point estimates.

The proportions of patients diagnosed late only include cases with a known stage at diagnosis and are not adjusted for other demographics differences (e.g. The largest proportion of breast cancer cases occur in the upper-outer quadrant of the breast, with much smaller proportions in the upper-inner, lower-outer and lower-inner quadrants, and the central portion of the breast (2010-2012).[1-4] More than half (51.9%) of cases did not have the specific part of the breast recorded in cancer registry data, or overlapped more than one part.[1-4] Breast cancer incidence rates are projected to rise by 2% in the UK between 20, to 210 cases per 100,000 females by 2035.[1] Breast cancer (C50), Observed and Projected Age-Standardised Incidence Rates, by Sex, UK, 1979-2035 Data is for: UK, 1979-2014 (observed), 2015-2035 (projected), ICD-10 C50 Projections are based on observed incidence and mortality rates and therefore implicitly include changes in cancer risk factors, diagnosis and treatment.

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It is not possible to assess the statistical significance of changes between 2014 (observed) and 2035 (projected) figures.

In the UK in 2012-2014, on average each year almost half (48%) of cases were diagnosed in people aged 65 and over.[1-4] The detailed age profile for breast cancer varies slightly between females and males.