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Objective Population-level cancer incidence data are critical for epidemiological cancer research, however provision of cancer registry data can be delayed. We previously reported that in a large population-based Australian cohort, registry-based incidence data were well matched by routinely collected hospital diagnosis data (sensitivities and positive predictive values (PPVs) >80%) for six of the 12 most common cancer types: breast, colorectum, kidney, lung, pancreas and uterus. The availabledoi:10.21203/rs.3.rs-24150/v1 fatcat:56ag7j3hurfjvd2dwdboa3zume