Supplementary MB Progress Test

This page provides data visualizations related to the priorities for Canada’s cancer system, as well as accessible descriptions.

Download data tables for all indicators.


Priority 1 Action 1: Help people to stop smoking or not start in the first place and live healthier lives

Topic: Keeping people smoke-free
Title of image: Percentage of individuals (aged ≥ 12) classified as daily or occasional smokers in 2020
Caveats/limitations:

  • This indicator was reported using the Canadian Community Health Survey (CCHS).
  • Individuals who did not respond to the required CCHS questions regarding smoking status were not included in the analysis.
  • Overall smoking percentages are reported using 2020 data.
  • The COVID-19 pandemic had major impacts on the data collection operations and response rates for this survey.

15% for Manitoba, and 12.9% for Canada

NEW – Jan 23 – new image pending


Data source: Canadian Community Health Survey


Topic: Keeping people smoke-free
Title of image: Percentage of individuals (aged ≥ 18) classified as daily or occasional smokers in 2019, by household income quintile and sex
Caveats/limitations: The COVID-19 pandemic had major impacts on the data collection operations and response rates for this survey.

Quintile 1 (Lower quintile): females: 16.4%; males: 33.7%. Quintile 2: females: 12.3%; males: 20.6%. Quintile 3: females: 11.3%; males: 11.3%. Quintile 4: females: 7.0%; males: 18.4%. Quintile 5 (Upper quintile): females: 14.9%; males: 14.5%

Data source: Canadian Community Health Survey


Topic: Keeping people smoke-free
Title of image: Percentage of males (aged ≥ 18) classified as daily or occasional smokers, by household income quintile
Caveats/limitations:

  • The COVID-19 pandemic had major impacts on the data collection operations and response rates for this survey.
  • Interpret with caution owing to large variability in the estimates for 2021 data points (Pandemic era)

Data source: Canadian Community Health Survey


Topic: Keeping people smoke-free
Title of image: Percentage of females (aged ≥ 18) classified as daily or occasional smokers, by household income quintile
Caveats/limitations:

  • The COVID-19 pandemic had major impacts on the data collection operations and response rates for this survey.
  • Interpret with caution owing to large variability in the estimates for 2021 data points (Pandemic era)

 

Data source: Canadian Community Health Survey


Topic: Keeping people smoke-free
Title of image: Percentage of individuals (aged ≥ 18) classified as daily or occasional smokers in 2019, by education
Caveats/limitations: The COVID-19 pandemic had major impacts on the data collection operations and response rates for this survey.

Secondary school graduation rates: females 15.1%, males 26.7%. Post-secondary education rates: females 8.8%, males 12%


Topic: Keeping people smoke-free
Title of image: Percentage of males (aged ≥ 18) classified as daily or occasional smokers, by education
Caveats/limitations:

  • The COVID-19 pandemic had major impacts on the data collection operations and response rates for this survey.
  • Interpret with caution owing to large variability in the estimates for 2021 data points (Pandemic era)


 

Topic: Keeping people smoke-free
Title of image:Percentage of females (aged ≥ 18) classified as daily or occasional smokers, by education
Caveats/limitations:

  • The COVID-19 pandemic had major impacts on the data collection operations and response rates for this survey.
  • Interpret with caution owing to large variability in the estimates for 2021 data points (Pandemic era)

NEW FEMALE EDUCATION – updated jan 23

Data source: Canadian Community Health Survey



Topic: Maintaining healthy body weight
Title of image: Percentage of individuals (aged ≥ 18) classified as overweight or obese in 2019
Caveats/limitations:

  • This indicator was reported using the Canadian Community Health Survey (CCHS). Overall obesity and overweight percentages are reported using 2019 data. Percentages by income quintile and/or sex are reported using 2017-2018 data.
  • Individuals who did not respond to the required CCHS questions to derive the BMI classifications were not included in the analysis.
  • The COVID-19 pandemic had major impacts on the data collection operations and response rates for this survey.

67.6% for Manitoba, 65.9% for Canada

NEW Feb 2

 

 

Data source: Canadian Community Health Survey


Topic: Maintaining healthy body weight
Title of image: Percentage of individuals (aged ≥ 18) classified as overweight or obese in 2017-2018, by income quintile and sex
Caveats/limitations: The COVID-19 pandemic may have affected service provision.Lowest quintile is 60.8% for females and 61.7% for males. The upper quintile is 60.9% for females and 78.1% for males.

Data source: Provincial cancer agencies and programs


Topic: Maintaining healthy body weight
Title of image: Percentage of males (aged ≥ 18) classified as overweight or obese, by income quintile
Caveats/limitations: The COVID-19 pandemic may have affected service provision.
NEW MALE INCOME jan 23

Data source: Provincial cancer agencies and programs


Topic: Maintaining healthy body weight
Title of image: Percentage of females (aged ≥ 18) classified as overweight or obese, by income quintile
Caveats/limitations: The COVID-19 pandemic may have affected service provision.
NEW FEMALE INCOME jan 23

Data source: Provincial cancer agencies and programs


Topic: Maintaining healthy body weight
Title of image: Percentage of individuals (aged ≥ 18) classified as overweight or obese in 2017-2018, by sex
Caveats/limitations: The COVID-19 pandemic had major impacts on the data collection operations and response rates for this survey.

72.9% for males, and 62.2% for females

NEW

Data source: Canadian Community Health Survey


Priority 1 Action 2: Adopt proven practices known to reduce the risk of cancer

Topic: Increasing HPV vaccination
Title of image: Percentage of individuals who completed the full HPV vaccination (at least 2 doses) by age 17 through Manitoba’s school-based vaccination program
Caveats/limitations:

  • HPV vaccination rates for male Grade 6 students were not available.
  • The COVID-19 pandemic may have affected service provision.
    63.7% for females

NOTHING NEW PROVIDED FOR FEMALE GRADE 6
Data source: Provincial cancer agencies and programs


Topic: Increasing HPV vaccination
Title of image: TBC
Caveats/limitations: The COVID-19 pandemic may have affected service provision.

NEW MB P1 Act2 HPV Vaccine Sex Progress EN Jan 23

 

 

 

 

Data source: Provincial cancer agencies and programs


Topic: Increasing HPV vaccination
Title of image: Percentage of individuals who completed 1+ HPV vaccination doses by age 17 through Manitoba’s school-based vaccination program, by region (TBC)
Caveats/limitations: The COVID-19 pandemic may have affected service provision.

NEW MB P1 Act2 HPV Vaccine Region Progress +1 Dose EN 

 

 

Data source: Provincial cancer agencies and programs


Topic: Increasing HPV vaccination
Title of image: Percentage of individuals who completed 2+ HPV vaccination doses by age 17 through Manitoba’s school-based vaccination program, by region (TBC)
Caveats/limitations: The COVID-19 pandemic may have affected service provision.

NEW MB P1 Act2 HPV Vaccine Region Progress +2 Dose EN 

 

Data source: Provincial cancer agencies and programs


Topic: Increasing HPV vaccination
Title of image: TBC
Caveats/limitations: The COVID-19 pandemic may have affected service provision.

NEW MB P1 Act2 HPV Vaccine Catch-up Sex Progress EN 

 

 

 

Data source: Provincial cancer agencies and programs


Topic: Increasing HPV vaccination
Title of image: Percentage of individuals who completed the full HPV vaccination (at least 2 doses) by age 17 through Manitoba’s school-based vaccination program
Caveats/limitations: The COVID-19 pandemic may have affected service provision.

NEW MB P1 Act2 HPV Vaccine Catch-up Region Progress EN

 

 

Data source: Provincial cancer agencies and programs



Topic: Increasing genetic testing
Title of image: Percentage of breast/ovarian and colon cancer patients who received genetic testing in 2019
Caveats/limitations: The COVID-19 pandemic may have affected service provision.

Hereditary cancer screen for breast/ovarian cancer is 4.3% and for colon cancer is 1.1%. Tumour tissue screen for Lynch Syndrome screening is 53.6%.

 

Topic: Increasing genetic testing
Title of image: TBC
Caveats/limitations:

  • Reporting time period for Lynch syndrome is 2018-2019 and 2019-2021.
  • The COVID-19 pandemic may have affected service provision.

NEW OPTION 2 – MB P1 Act2 Genetic testing Progress EN ALT 

 

 

Data source: Provincial cancer agencies and programs


Topic: Increasing genetic testing
Title of image: Percentage of breast/ovarian cancer patients who received hereditary cancer screening in 2019, by age group
Caveats/limitations:The COVID-19 pandemic may have affected service provision.

Age 20-40: 22.2%, Age 41-60: 5.2%, Age 61-70: 2.2%, Age 71+ 3.0%

NEW MB P1 Act2 Genetic testing Breast-Ovarian Age Progress EN Jan 23

 

 

Data source: Provincial cancer agencies and programs


Topic: Increasing genetic testing
Title of image: Percentage of colorectal cancer patients who received tumour tissue screening for Lynch Syndrome, by sex
Caveats/limitations: The COVID-19 pandemic may have affected service provision.

Age under 70: 81.6%, Age 70+ 25.9%, Males: 57.1%, Females: 49.5%

 

NEW MB-P1-Act2-Genetic-testing-CRC-Age-Progress-EN Jan 23

Data source: Provincial cancer agencies and programs


Topic: Increasing genetic testing
Title of image: TBC
Caveats/limitations:The COVID-19 pandemic may have affected service provision.

New MB P1 Act2 Genetic testing CRC Sex Progress EN-Jan23

Data source: Provincial cancer agencies and programs


Priority 2 Action 1: Prioritize rapid access to appropriate diagnosis for those suspected of having cancer

Topic: Diagnosing cancer earlier
Title of image: Proportion of stage at diagnosis in 2019
Caveats/limitations:

  • Duplicate/multiple instances of the same patient have been removed if they occur within the same cancer site.
  • If the same patient has more than one cancer across the four sites (lung, melanoma, bladder or colorectal), they were not removed.
  • The COVID-19 pandemic may have affected service provision.

Lung: 47% in Stage 4, Colorectal: 26% in Stage 2, Bladder: 60% in Stage 0, Melanoma: 43% are unknown or occult
Data source: Provincial cancer agencies and programs


Topic: Diagnosing cancer earlier
Title of image: Proportion of stage at diagnosis (Lung cancer)
Caveats/limitations: The COVID-19 pandemic may have affected service provision.

NEW MB P2 Act1 Lung Progress EN jan 23

 

Data source: Provincial cancer agencies and programs


Topic: Diagnosing cancer earlier
Title of image: Proportion of stage at diagnosis (Colorectal cancer)
Caveats/limitations: The COVID-19 pandemic may have affected service provision.
NEW MB-P2-Act1-CRC-Progress-EN jan 23

 


Data source: Provincial cancer agencies and programs


Topic: Diagnosing cancer earlier
Title of image: Proportion of stage at diagnosis (Colorectal cancer)
Caveats/limitations: The COVID-19 pandemic may have affected service provision.

NEW MB P2 Act1 Bladder Progress EN Jan 23

 


Data source: Provincial cancer agencies and programs


Topic: Diagnosing cancer earlier
Title of image: Proportion of stage at diagnosis (Melanoma)
Caveats/limitations: The COVID-19 pandemic may have affected service provision.

MB-P2-Act1-Melanoma-Progress-EN jan 23

 

Data source: Provincial cancer agencies and programs


Topic: Diagnosing cancer earlier
Title of image: Proportion of stage 4 diagnosis in 2019
Caveats/limitations:The COVID-19 pandemic may have affected service provision.

Lung: 47.0%, Colorectal: 22.1%, Bladder: 4.7%, Melanoma: 1.2%

NOTHING NEW PROVIDED

Data source: Provincial cancer agencies and programs


Topic: Diagnosing cancer earlier
Title of image: Proportion of stage 4 diagnosis in 2019, by sex
Caveats/limitations:The COVID-19 pandemic may have affected service provision.

For males, Lung 50.1%, Colorectal 24%, Bladder 3.3%, Melanoma 1.8%. Females, Lung 44%, Colorectal 19.9%, Bladder 9.3%, Melanoma 4.7%

NEW  with Melanoma data

 

 

 

*Stage III-IV combined for melanoma for females only due to small cells.
Data source: Provincial cancer agencies and programs


Topic: Diagnosing cancer earlier
Title of image:TBC
Caveats/limitations: The COVID-19 pandemic may have affected service provision.
MB P2 Act1 Suspicion to diagnosis Overall EN Brand New image

Data source: Provincial cancer agencies and programs


Topic: Diagnosing cancer earlier
Title of image:TBC
Caveats/limitations: The COVID-19 pandemic may have affected service provision.
MB P2 Act1 Suspicion to diagnosis Overall EN Brand new image

 

Data source: Provincial cancer agencies and programs


Priority 2 Action 2: Strengthen existing screening efforts and implement lung cancer screening programs across the country

Topic: Increasing participation in colorectal cancer screening
Title of image: Percentage of individuals who completed a) fecal test in the last two years (2018-2019); or b) colonoscopy/flexible sigmoidoscopy within the last five years (2015-2019)
Caveats/limitations:The COVID-19 pandemic may have affected service provision.

Overall age 50-74: 50.2%, Age 50-54: 45.4%, Age 55-59: 44.5%, Age 60-64: 50.6%, Age 65-69: 56.0%, Age 70-74: 59.6%

 

NOTHING NEW PROVIDED

Data source: Provincial cancer agencies and programs


Topic: Increasing participation in colorectal cancer screening
Title of image: Percentage of individuals who completed a) fecal test in the last two years (2018-2019); or b) colonoscopy/flexible sigmoidoscopy within the last five years (2015-2019), by sex and Regional Health Authority
Caveats/limitations:The COVID-19 pandemic may have affected service provision.

By sex: Male 47.7%, Female 52.7%. By Regional Health Authority, Winnipeg 50.4%, Southern 48.6%, Interlake Eastern 52.0%, Prairie Mountain 51.5%, Northern 36.6%

NOTHING NEW PROVIDED

Data source: Provincial cancer agencies and programs


Priority 3 Action 1: Set best practices and standards for care delivery and promote their adoption

Topic: Implementing multidisciplinary care
Title of image: Percentage of patients with GI cancer who were referred/discussed by a multidisciplinary prior to treatment in 2019
Caveats/limitations: The COVID-19 pandemic may have affected service provision.

Overall: 58%

 

NOTHING NEW PROVIDED

Data source: Provincial cancer agencies and programs


Topic: Implementing multidisciplinary care
Title of image: Percentage of patients with Gl cancer who were referred/discussed by a multidisciplinary care team prior to treatment in 2019, by sex, Regional Health Authority, and age
Caveats/limitations:

  • Reporting breakdown by sex may be inadvertently misleading. Which pediatric or GI cancer cases are to be discussed by multidisciplinary teams (MDTs) is likely informed by the patient’s cancer diagnosis, not their sex. For sex, the higher percentage of pediatric cancer females vs males discussed by MDTs may indicate a sex-mediated pattern for a given type of cancer.
  • The COVID-19 pandemic may have affected service provision.

By sex: Males 55.5%, Females: 62.8%. By Regional Health Authority: Interlake-Eastern 45.5%, Northern 41.7%, Southern Health 57.1%, Prairie Mountain 81.3%, Winnipeg 52.0%. By age group: 20-49, 53.8%, 50-59, 68.8%, 60-69, 50.7%, 70-79, 58.2%, 80+ 62.5%

NOTHING NEW PROVIDED
Data source: Provincial cancer agencies and programs


Topic: Implementing multidisciplinary care
Title of image: Percentage of pediatric patients with cancer who were referred/discussed by a multidisciplinary care team prior to treatment in 2019
Caveats/limitations: The COVID-19 pandemic may have affected service provision.

Overall: 87%

NEW Jan 13

 

 

Data source: Provincial cancer agencies and programs


Topic: Implementing multidisciplinary care
Title of image: Percentage of pediatric patients with cancer who were referred/discussed by a multidisciplinary care team prior to treatment in 2019, by sex and age group
Caveats/limitations:

  • Reporting breakdown by sex may be inadvertently misleading. Which pediatric or GI cancer cases are to be discussed by multidisciplinary teams (MDTs) is likely informed by the patient’s cancer diagnosis, not their sex. For sex, the higher percentage of pediatric cancer females vs males discussed by MDTs may indicate a sex-mediated pattern for a given type of cancer.
  • The COVID-19 pandemic may have affected service provision.
    By sex: male 78.3%, Female 94.1%. By age group, 0-3 81.8%. Age 4-6, 88.9%, Age 7-12, 80.0%, Age 13-16, 90.0%

NEW

MB-P3-Act1-Pediatric-Sex-Progress-EN

 

Data source: Provincial cancer agencies and programs


Topic: Implementing multidisciplinary care
Title of image: Percentage of pediatric patients with cancer who were referred/discussed by a multidisciplinary care team prior to treatment in 2019, by sex and age group
Caveats/limitations: The COVID-19 pandemic may have affected service provision.

NEW MB P3 Act1 Pediatric Age Progress EN Jan 23

 

Data source: Provincial cancer agencies and programs


Priority 3 Action 2: Eliminate low-benefit practices and adopt high-value practices

Topic: Optimizing screening and appropriate follow-up
Title of image: Percentage of women aged 18-20 or >69 that received a Pap test between 2014-2016
Caveats/limitations: The COVID-19 pandemic may have affected service provision.
Age 18-20 or over 69: 10.5%

 

NOTHING NEW PROVIDED

Data source: Provincial cancer agencies and programs


Topic: Optimizing screening and appropriate follow-up
Title of image: Percentage of women aged 21-69 who had two or more screening Pap tests completed within 36 months of the index Pap test (by interval; these individuals have completed specified tests despite having a normal screening result for the index Pap test)
Caveats/limitations: The COVID-19 pandemic may have affected service provision.
Age 21-69: 8.8%

NOTHING NEW PROVIDED

Data source: Provincial cancer agencies and programs


Topic: Optimizing screening and appropriate follow-up
Title of image: Percentage of women aged 40-49 or >74 who received a BreastCheck mammogram between 2017-2018
Caveats/limitations
: The COVID-19 pandemic may have affected service provision.

Age 40-49 or over 74: 1.2%

NOTHING NEW PROVIDED
Data source: Provincial cancer agencies and programs


Topic: Optimizing screening and appropriate follow-up
Title of image: Percentage of women aged 40-49 or >74 who received a BreastCheck mammogram between 2017-2018, by Regional Health Authority
Caveats/limitations: The COVID-19 pandemic may have affected service provision.
By Regional Health Authority: Winnipeg 0.9%, Southern: 1.2%, Interlake-Eastern: 1.7%, Prairie Mountain 2.2%, Northern: 0.7%

NOTHING NEW PROVIDED
Data source: Provincial cancer agencies and programs


Topic: Optimizing screening and appropriate follow-up
Title of image: Percentage of women aged 50-72 who completed two or more screening mammograms within 24 months of the index mammogram date (by interval; individuals have completed specified tests despite having a normal screening result for the index mammogram)
Caveats/limitations: The COVID-19 pandemic may have affected service provision.
Overall: 0.07%

NOTHING NEW PROVIDED

Data source: Provincial cancer agencies and programs


Topic: Optimizing screening and appropriate follow-up
Title of image: Percentage of women aged 50-72 who completed two or more screening mammograms within 24 months of the index mammogram date, by Regional Health Authority (by interval; individuals have completed specified tests despite having a normal screening result for the index mammogram)
Text description: Winnipeg 0.06%, and non-Winnipeg 0.08%
Winnipeg 0.06%, and non-Winnipeg 0.08%

NOTHING NEW PROVIDED
Data source: Provincial cancer agencies and programs


Priority 4 Action 1: Provide better services and care adapted to the specific needs of underserved groups

Topic: Increasing support to help patients navigate the system
Title of image: Percentage of rural/remote patients with cancer who accessed CCMB’s Navigation Services in 2019
Caveats/limitations: The COVID-19 pandemic may have affected service provision.
Overall: 24.3%

NOTHING NEW PROVIDED
Data source: Provincial cancer agencies and programs


Topic: Increasing support to help patients navigate the system
Title of image: Percentage of rural/remote patients with cancer who accessed CCMB’s Navigation Services in 2019, by sex, Regional Health Authority, and age
Caveats/limitations
:

  • Stratifying by Regional Health Authority (RHA) is problematic, given that Manitoba physicians, especially those working at Community Cancer Program (CCP) sites may regularly work at more than one location/RHA.
  • The COVID-19 pandemic may have affected service provision.

NOTHING NEW PROVIDED

Data source: Provincial cancer agencies and programs


Topic: Increasing access to culturally safe care
Title of image: TBC
Caveats/limitations: The COVID-19 pandemic may have affected service provision.

MB-P4-Act1-Respect-Overall-EN

 

Data source: Provincial cancer agencies and programs


Topic: Increasing access to culturally safe care
Title of image: TBC
Caveats/limitations: The COVID-19 pandemic may have affected service provision.

NEW MB-P4-Act1-Respect-Sex-EN Jan 23

 

 

Data source: Provincial cancer agencies and programs


Priority 4 Action 2: Ensure rural and remote communities have the resources required to better serve their people


Topic: Increasing access to virtual care
Title of image: Virtual appointments for rural/remote patients, at the patient and appointment level
Caveats and limitations:

  • Winnipeg was not included as it is not rural.
  • The COVID-19 pandemic may have affected service provision.
    28.4% at patient level, and 15.8% at appointment level

NEW Jan 13 MB P4 Act2 Virtual Care Patient and Appointment progress EN

 

Data source: Provincial cancer agencies and programs


Topic: Increasing access to virtual care
Title of image: Percentage of newly diagnosed rural/remote cancer patients who attended at least one virtual appointment in 2019, by regional health authority (RHA) and age group
Caveats and limitations:

  • Winnipeg was not included as it is not rural.
  • The COVID-19 pandemic may have affected service provision.

Data source: Provincial cancer agencies and programs


NEW jan 13


Topic: Increasing access to virtual care
Title of image: TBC
Caveats and limitations: The COVID-19 pandemic may have affected service provision.

NEW MB P4 Act2 Virtual Care Age Progress EN

 

Data source: Provincial cancer agencies and programs


Topic: Increasing access to supportive psychosocial care services
Title of image: Percentage of rural/remote cancer patients who accessed psychosocial services in the same fiscal year they were diagnosed, by sex, age group, and regional health authority (RHA)
Caveats/limitations:  The COVID-19 pandemic may have affected service provision.

New image feb 2

Data source: Provincial cancer agencies and programs


Priority 5 Action 1: Integrate the full spectrum of information and support services to ensure people are fully supported throughout the cancer experience

Topic: Improving access to shared medical records
Title of image: Percent of family/general practitioners making use of ARIA (CCMB’s electronic medical record) in 2019
Caveats/limitations: The COVID-19 pandemic may have affected service provision.

Overall 39.2%

NEW jan 23

 

 

Data source: Provincial cancer agencies and programs


Topic: Improving availability of information and support
Title of image: TBC
Caveats/limitations: The COVID-19 pandemic may have affected service provision.

MB-P5-Act1-Info-EN

Data source: Provincial cancer agencies and programs


Topic: Improving availability of information and support
Title of image: TBC
Caveats/limitations: The COVID-19 pandemic may have affected service provision.
NEW Jan 12 MB-P5-Act1-Info-Sex-EN 

 

Data source: Provincial cancer agencies and programs


Priority 5 Action 2: Address the limited and unequal access to palliative and end-of-life care across Canada

Topic: Improving access to quality end-of-life care
Title of image: Cumulative length of stay for cancer patients (overall) who were in or admitted to an acute care hospital 30 days prior to death across MB for fiscal years 2015, 2017, and 2019
Caveats/limitations: The COVID-19 pandemic may have affected service provision.


Data source
: Canadian Institute for Health Information (CIHI), Discharge Abstract Database (DAD)


Topic: Improving access to quality end-of-life care
Title of image: Cumulative length of stay for cancer patients (rural/remote) who were in or admitted to an acute care hospital 30 days prior to death across MB for fiscal years 2015, 2017, and 2019
Caveats/limitations: The COVID-19 pandemic may have affected service provision.


Data source
: Canadian Institute for Health Information (CIHI), Discharge Abstract Database (DAD)


Topic: Improving access to quality end-of-life care
Title of image: Cumulative length of stay for cancer patients (urban) who were in or admitted to an acute care hospital 30 days prior to death across MB for fiscal years 2015, 2017, and 2019
Caveats/limitations: The COVID-19 pandemic may have affected service provision.


Data source
: Canadian Institute for Health Information (CIHI), Discharge Abstract Database (DAD)


Priority 5 Action 3: Support children, adolescents and young adults at key transition points in their unique cancer journeys

Topic: Improving care for adolescents and young adults with cancer
Title of image: Percentage of AYA with cancer who had a specialized care plan pathway
Caveats/limitations: The COVID-19 pandemic may have affected service provision.

Overall: 57.7% Age group: 15-29 is 54.5%, 30-39 - 60%, Female 46.2%, Male 69.2%, Location Remote/Rural 57.1%, Urban: 57.9%

NOTHING NEW PROVIDED
Title of table: Percentage of AYA with cancer who had a specialized care plan pathway

Overall Age 15-29 Age 30-39 Female Male Remote/Rural Urban
57.7% 54.5% 60.0% 46.2% 69.2% 57.1% 57.9%

Data source: Young Adult Cancer Canada (YACC) Survey 2021



Topic: Improving transitions for adolescents and young adults with cancer
Title of image: Percentage of AYA with cancer who had a positive experience of transition in care along their cancer journey
Caveats/limitations: The COVID-19 pandemic may have affected service provision.

Overall 30.8%

NOTHING NEW PROVIDED
Title of table: Percentage of AYA with cancer who had a positive experience of transition in care along their cancer journey

Overall Age 15-29 Age 30-39 Female Male Urban
30.8% 36.4% 26.7% 23.1% 38.5% 42.1%

Data source: Young Adult Cancer Canada (YACC) Survey 2021