Registre des tumeurs de lHerault
Registre des tumeurs de lHerault
Jehannin-Ligier K.,GCS Inc |
Dejardin O.,University of Caen Lower Normandy |
Lapotre-Ledoux B.,Registre du cancer de la Somme |
Bara S.,Registre des cancers de la Manche |
And 9 more authors.
Journal of Stomatology, Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery | Year: 2017
Despite the frequency and lethality of oral cancers in France, there are no detailed general population data regarding the characteristics of these patients to fuel the public health authorities’ reflections about early detection policies. Thus, the objective of this study was to determine, in the general population, the characteristics of both patients and tumours at the time of the diagnosis. A high-resolution, population-based study using 13 French registries was conducted on 1089 tumours diagnosed in 2010. Men accounted for 75% of cases. The most frequent sites were tonsil (28.4%) and oral tongue (21.1%). The median age varied from 56.7 years for floor of mouth to 66.4 years for gum. The lesions were mainly diagnosed on pain and those diagnosed after routine clinical examination were scarce (2.6%). There were 65.5% stage III and IV at diagnosis. Oral tongue, floor of mouth and palate presented tumours less than 2 cm only in 34 to 40% of cases. Advanced stage was associated with the presence of comorbidities, and tonsil or base of tongue topography. Stage was not associated with Département, deprivation index or gender. This study provided a picture of the characteristics of oral cancer patients and their tumours and showed that diagnoses are often made late, even for those tumours most easily accessible to direct visual and tactile examination. Nevertheless, it remains to define the target population of an early detection and to evaluate the benefit of such detection on the mortality rate. © 2017 Elsevier Masson SAS
Tretarre B.,Registre des tumeurs de lHerault |
Bourgarel S.,Center regional detudes |
Bessaoud F.,Registre des tumeurs de lHerault |
Satge D.,Institut Universitaire de France
Journal of Intellectual Disability Research | Year: 2016
Background: We aimed to describe, among a population of women with intellectual disabilities (ID) living in institutions in France, the characteristics in whom breast cancer (BC) was diagnosed and of those who participated in BC screening. Methods: Study was performed in 2009 among a random, representative sample of women with ID living in institutions in France. Participants answered a questionnaire either directly by themselves, or with the help of an intermediary. Results: In total, 978 women with ID aged over 18years were included, and 14 were diagnosed with BC. The incidence observed in this sample of women with ID is similar to that of the general population (standardised incidence ratio, SIR 0.857, 95% confidence interval (CI) 0.42-1.53). Average age at diagnosis was 47.8years, and the risk of developing BC before the age of 50 was 2.03% (0.4-3.66). This risk was not significantly different from that of the general population (2.4%, 1.0-3.78). Obesity was almost twice as frequent in women who had BC as compared to those without BC (43% vs. 22.5%, P=0.0196). Among the 310 women aged >50years and eligible for the national BC screening programme, 238 (77%) had already had at least one mammogram, and 199 had had it within the previous 2years. Adherence to the screening programme was 64.2% (199/310) in the participating institutions. This rate was slightly higher than the national average of 62% for the same period. Conclusions: The results of this study show that BC is equally as frequent among women with ID living in institutions as in the general population, and occurs at around the same age. Obesity was significantly more frequent among women in whom BC was diagnosed in our study. Participation in BC screening is slightly higher among women with ID living in institutions than among the general population. © 2016 MENCAP and International Association of the Scientific Study of Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities and John Wiley & Sons Ltd.
Delpierre C.,French Institute of Health and Medical Research |
Delpierre C.,University Paul Sabatier |
Lamy S.,French Institute of Health and Medical Research |
Lamy S.,University Paul Sabatier |
And 15 more authors.
Cancer Epidemiology | Year: 2013
Objective: To estimate the magnitude of over-diagnosis and of potential and actual over-treatment regarding prostate cancer, taking comorbidities into account. Materials and methods: We used a sample collected by the French cancer registries of 1840 cases (T1: 583; T2: 1257) diagnosed in 2001. The proportion of over-diagnosed and over-treated patients was estimated by comparing life expectancy (LE), including or not comorbidities, with natural LE with cancer, using several assumptions from the literature. We distinguished potential and actual over-treatment according to the treatment that patients actually received. Results: Among patients with T1 tumors the proportion of potential over-treatment using LE adjusted for comorbidity varied from 29.5% to 53.5%, using LE adjusted on comorbidities, and varied from 9.3% to 22.2% regarding actual over-treatment. Between 7.7% and 24.4% of patient's receiving a radical prostatectomy, and between 30.8% and 62.5% of those receiving radiotherapy, were over-treated. Among patients with T2 tumors, the proportions of potential and actual over-treatment were 0.9% and 2.0%. Two per cent of patients receiving a radical prostatectomy and 4.9% of those receiving radiotherapy were over-treated. Comorbidities dramatically increased these proportions to nearly 100% of patients, with more than two comorbidities being potentially over-treated and around 33% actually over-treated. Conclusions: According to the French incidence, 3200-4800 French patients may be over-treated, among whom a large proportion of patients had comorbidities. The real issue is to offer the most appropriate treatment to people with low-grade tumors and comorbidities. © 2013 Elsevier Ltd.
Desandes E.,Nancy University Hospital Center |
Lacour B.,Nancy University Hospital Center |
Lacour B.,University Paris - Sud |
Belot A.,Hospices Civils de Lyon |
And 15 more authors.
Pediatric Hematology and Oncology | Year: 2013
This study aimed to describe cancer incidence (2000-2008) and survival (2000-2004) in France in adolescents and young adults (AYA). All cases of cancer diagnosed in 15-24 years, recorded by all French population-based registries (14% of the French population), over the 2000-2008 period, were included. Incidence change over time was described with the conventional annual percentage change (cAPC). The survival of cases diagnosed (2000-2004) was estimated using Kaplan-Meier method. A total of 1022 in adolescents and 1396 in young adults were diagnosed. Overall incidence rates were 219.4/106 in 15-19 year olds and 293.1/106 in 20-24 year olds. The most frequently diagnosed cancers in male AYA were malignant gonadal germ-cell tumors and Hodgkin's disease, and were melanoma, thyroid carcinoma, and Hodgkin's disease in females. The age-standardized rates appeared stable over time in AYA, with a cAPC of +2.0% (P = 0.68). The 5-year overall survival for all cancers was different between genders and age groups, with 78.8% (95%CI: 75.6-82.0) for males and 85.2% (95%CI: 82.2-88.1) for females (P = 0.01), and 78.5% (95%CI: 75.0-82.1) in 15-19 year olds and 84.3% (95% CI: 81.6-87.0) in 20-24 year olds (P = 0.02). Noteworthy, the frequency and the distribution of tumor types in AYA are unique and different from the observed at any other age group. Survival in French AYA has improved over time. Epidemiological data might reflect major trends in the risk factors and preventive interventions. Thus, further research into etiology of cancers affecting AYA should become key priorities for cancer control among AYA. Copyright © 2013 Informa Healthcare USA, Inc.
PubMed | Registre des cancers de la Somme, Registre des cancers de Lille et de sa zone de proximite, Registre des cancers de Loire Atlantique Vendee, Registre des cancers de lIsere and 11 more.
Type: Journal Article | Journal: Gynecologic oncology | Year: 2015
The aim of this epidemiological study was to describe the incidence, mortality and survival of ovarian cancer (OC) in France, according to age, period of diagnosis, and histological type.Incidence and mortality were estimated from 1980 to 2012 based on data in French cancer registries and from the Centre for Epidemiology of Causes of Death (CpiDc-Inserm) up to 2009. Net survival was estimated from registry data using the Pohar-Perme method, on cases diagnosed between 1989 and 2010, with date of last follow-up set at 30 June 2013.In 2012, 4615 cases of OC were diagnosed in France, and 3140 women died from OC. World population age-standardized incidence and mortality rates declined by respectively 0.6% and 1.2% per year between 1980 and 2012. Net survival at 5years increased slightly, from 40% for the period 1989-1993 to 45% for the period 2005-2010. Net survival varied considerably according to histological type. Germ cell tumors had better net survival at 10years (81%) compared to epithelial tumors (32%), sex cord-stromal tumors (40%) and tumors without biopsy (8%).Our study shows a decline in incidence and mortality rates from ovarian cancer in France between 1980 and 2012, but net survival remains poor overall, and improved only slightly over the whole study period.
PubMed | Bordeaux University Hospital Center, CHU Poitiers, Montpellier University Hospital Center, Nimes University Hospital Center and 3 more.
Type: | Journal: Neuro-Chirurgie | Year: 2015
This work describes the clinical epidemiology and pathology for patients undergoing surgery for newly diagnosed meningiomas in France between 2006 and 2010.The methodology is based on a multidisciplinary national network previously established by the French Brain Tumor DataBase (FBTDB) (in French: Recensement national histologique des tumeurs primitives du systme nerveux central [RnhTPSNC]), and the active participation of the scientific societies involved in neuro-oncology in France.From 2006 to 2010, 13,038 incident cases of meningioma with histological validation were identified and analyzed (9769 women, 3269 men, resection 98.2%, cryopreservation 20.5%). For each histological subtype of meningioma (meningothelial, fibrous, transitional, psammomatous, angiomatous, rare variety, microcystic, secretory, lymphoplasmacyte-rich, clear-cell, chordoid, rhabdoid, metaplastic, atypical, papillary, anaplastic and not otherwise specified), number of cases, sex, median age, cryopreservation and surgery were reported. Among the various histological subtypes, atypical meningioma (grade II) slightly, but significantly, increased after 2007. Headache, sensory-motor impairments and seizures were the most frequent clinical symptoms. Time between the first clinical symptom and surgery ranged from 0 to 314 months, and was <3 months in 37% of cases. At the time of surgery, 9% of patients were asymptomatic.Given the number of meningiomas not histologically-validated, we can estimate that the gross incidence rate for meningiomas operated in France is about 4.2 per 100,000 person/year. To our knowledge, this work is the most important study evaluating the different subtypes of meningiomas and it validates the relevance of histological databases for central nervous system tumors.
Zouaoui S.,Montpellier University Hospital Center |
Zouaoui S.,French Institute of Health and Medical Research |
Rigau V.,Montpellier University Hospital Center |
Mathieu-Daude H.,GNOLR Montpellier |
And 15 more authors.
Neurochirurgie | Year: 2012
Background and purpose: This work aimed at prospectively record all primary central nervous system tumor (PCNST) cases in France, for which histological diagnosis was available. The objectives were to (i) create a national database and network to perform epidemiological studies, (ii) implement clinical and basic research protocols, and (iii) harmonize the health care of patients affected by PCNST. Methods: The methodology is based on a multidisciplinary national network already established by the French Brain Tumor DataBase (FBTDB) (Recensement national histologique des tumeurs primitives du système nerveux central [RnhTPSNC]), and the active participation of the Scientific Societies involved in neuro-oncology in France. Results: From 2004 to 2009, 43,929 cases of newly diagnosed and histologically confirmed PCNST have been recorded. Histological diagnoses included gliomas (42,4%), all other neuroepithelial tumors (4,4%), tumors of the meninges (32,3%), nerve sheath tumors (9,2%), lymphomas (3,4%) and others (8,3%). Cryopreservation was reported for 9603 PCNST specimens. Tumor resections were performed in 78% cases, while biopsies accounted for 22%. Median age at diagnosis, sex, percentage of resections and number of cryopreserved tumors were detailed for each histology, according to the WHO classification. Discussion/conclusion: Many current applications and perspectives for the FBTDB are illustrated in the discussion. To our knowledge, this work is the first database in Europe, dedicated to PCNST, including clinical, surgical and histological data (with also cryopreservation of the specimens), and which may have major epidemiological, clinical and research implications. © 2012 Elsevier Masson SAS.
Bessaoud F.,Registre des tumeurs de lHerault |
Orsini M.,Institut Universitaire de France |
Iborra F.,Montpellier University |
Rebillard X.,Clinique Beau Soleil |
And 4 more authors.
Bulletin du Cancer | Year: 2016
Introduction An increasing number of patients with prostate cancer (PC) are diagnosed and treated. The aim of this study was to investigate urinary incontinence (UI) and sexual dysfunction (SD) two years after treatment for localized prostate cancer (PC). Methods This study followed all cases of localized PC diagnosed between 2008 and 2009 in men aged ≤ 65 years old and still alive two years after treatment. In total, 437 men were recruited. Data were collected using a standardized questionnaire and by cross-checking with data from the cancer registry. Descriptive and comparative analyses were performed to evaluate persisting UI and SD at 2 years. Results At two years after treatment, UI was persistent in 48.8%; 41.2% had used urinary protections, and 39.2% had used at least 1 pad/day; 55.2% reported financial difficulties for purchasing protective pads. In total, 22.7% did not consult a specialist for UI. SD was persistent in 82.8%; 30.4% did not consult a specialist for SD. SD had a negative impact on the sex life of patients and their partners. After adjustment for cancer stage, prostatectomy was significantly associated with persisting UI and SD at two years. Conclusion Two years after treatment, rates of persisting UI and/or SD remain high. Treatment by prostatectomy was significantly associated with an increased risk of persisting adverse effects at two years. The different toxicities between treatments should be presented to patients before initiating therapy in order to encourage the patient to contributed to shared treatment decision-making. © 2016 Société Française du Cancer
PubMed | Institut Universitaire de France, Center Regional Of Lutte Contre Le Cancer Crlcc, Registre des tumeurs de lHerault, Montpellier University and Clinique Beau Soleil
Type: Journal Article | Journal: Bulletin du cancer | Year: 2016
An increasing number of patients with prostate cancer (PC) are diagnosed and treated. The aim of this study was to investigate urinary incontinence (UI) and sexual dysfunction (SD) two years after treatment for localized prostate cancer (PC).This study followed all cases of localized PC diagnosed between 2008 and 2009 in men aged65years old and still alive two years after treatment. In total, 437 men were recruited. Data were collected using a standardized questionnaire and by cross-checking with data from the cancer registry. Descriptive and comparative analyses were performed to evaluate persisting UI and SD at 2years.At two years after treatment, UI was persistent in 48.8%; 41.2% had used urinary protections, and 39.2% had used at least 1 pad/day; 55.2% reported financial difficulties for purchasing protective pads. In total, 22.7% did not consult a specialist for UI. SD was persistent in 82.8%; 30.4% did not consult a specialist for SD. SD had a negative impact on the sex life of patients and their partners. After adjustment for cancer stage, prostatectomy was significantly associated with persisting UI and SD at two years.Two years after treatment, rates of persisting UI and/or SD remain high. Treatment by prostatectomy was significantly associated with an increased risk of persisting adverse effects at two years. The different toxicities between treatments should be presented to patients before initiating therapy in order to encourage the patient to contributed to shared treatment decision-making.
Bourgarel S.,Creai Center Regional Detudes |
Tretarre B.,Registre des tumeurs de l'Herault |
Satge D.,Oncodefi Parc Euromedecine |
Satge D.,Institut Universitaire de France |
Stoebner-Delbarre A.,Institute Du Cancer Of Montpellier
Oncologie | Year: 2016
The aim of this study is to evaluate the frequency of colorectal cancer and the screening participation rate of adults with intellectual disability living in institutions in France. To date, these data for this specific vulnerable population are lacking. The study population concerned 9,104 persons living in 1,519 institutions who were invited to participate in the Handicap-Santé Survey of the French National Institute for Statistics and Economic Studies in 2009. Three colorectal cancers were reported. The participation rate of adults aged 50–74 years to colorectal cancer screening was 24% in these institutions versus 34% in the French general population. Following positive fecal occult blood test, 2.4% of the study population underwent colonoscopy, a percentage very close to the 2.7% rate reported in the general population in 2009–2010. These data should be taken into account for an optimal cure and care of colorectal cancer in people with intellectual disability. © 2016, Springer-Verlag France.