Table of Contents

Volume 112, Issue s1 (S1-S136)
Published 31 March 2015

Diagnosing Cancer Earlier: Reviewing the evidence for improving cancer survival

Guest Editor: Sara Hiom

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Introduction

Diagnosing cancer earlier: reviewing the evidence for improving cancer survival Open

S C Hiom

Br J Cancer 112: S1-S5; advance online publication, March 3, 2015; doi:10.1038/bjc.2015.23

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Full Papers

Symptoms and other factors associated with time to diagnosis and stage of lung cancer: a prospective cohort study Open

F M Walter, G Rubin, C Bankhead, H C Morris, N Hall, K Mills, C Dobson, R C Rintoul, W Hamilton and J Emery

Br J Cancer 112: S6-S13; advance online publication, March 3, 2015; doi:10.1038/bjc.2015.30

The impact of national cancer awareness campaigns for bowel and lung cancer symptoms on sociodemographic inequalities in immediate key symptom awareness and GP attendances Open

J Moffat, A Bentley, L Ironmonger, A Boughey, G Radford and S Duffy

Br J Cancer 112: S14-S21; advance online publication, March 3, 2015; doi:10.1038/bjc.2015.31

Change in public awareness of symptoms and perceived barriers to seeing a doctor following Be Clear on Cancer campaigns in England Open

E Power and J Wardle

Br J Cancer 112: S22-S26; advance online publication, March 3, 2015; doi:10.1038/bjc.2015.32

Applying symptom appraisal models to understand sociodemographic differences in responses to possible cancer symptoms: a research agenda Open

K L Whitaker, S E Scott and J Wardle

Br J Cancer 112: S27-S34; advance online publication, March 3, 2015; doi:10.1038/bjc.2015.39

The relative length of the patient and the primary care interval in patients with 28 common and rarer cancers Open

G Lyratzopoulos, C L Saunders, G A Abel, S McPhail, R D Neal, J Wardle and G P Rubin

Br J Cancer 112: S35-S40; advance online publication, March 3, 2015; doi:10.1038/bjc.2015.40

Cancer detection in primary care: insights from general practitioners Open

T Green, K Atkin and U Macleod

Br J Cancer 112: S41-S49; advance online publication, March 3, 2015; doi:10.1038/bjc.2015.41

The role of primary care in cancer diagnosis via emergency presentation: qualitative synthesis of significant event reports Open

E D Mitchell, G Rubin, L Merriman and U Macleod

Br J Cancer 112: S50-S56; advance online publication, March 3, 2015; doi:10.1038/bjc.2015.42

Assessing the impact of an English national initiative for early cancer diagnosis in primary care Open

G Rubin, C Gildea, S Wild, J Shelton and I Ablett-Spence

Br J Cancer 112: S57-S64; advance online publication, March 3, 2015; doi:10.1038/bjc.2015.43

A differentiated approach to referrals from general practice to support early cancer diagnosis – the Danish three-legged strategy Open

P Vedsted and F Olesen

Br J Cancer 112: S65-S69; advance online publication, March 3, 2015; doi:10.1038/bjc.2015.44

Preliminary results of a feasibility study of the use of information technology for identification of suspected colorectal cancer in primary care: the CREDIBLE study Open

E Kidney, L Berkman, A Macherianakis, D Morton, G Dowswell, W Hamilton, R Ryan, H Awbery, S Greenfield and T Marshall

Br J Cancer 112: S70-S76; advance online publication, March 3, 2015; doi:10.1038/bjc.2015.45

Implementing a QCancer risk tool into general practice consultations: an exploratory study using simulated consultations with Australian general practitioners Open

P P-C Chiang, D Glance, J Walker, F M Walter and J D Emery

Br J Cancer 112: S77-S83; advance online publication, March 3, 2015; doi:10.1038/bjc.2015.46

Understanding missed opportunities for more timely diagnosis of cancer in symptomatic patients after presentation Open

G Lyratzopoulos, P Vedsted and H Singh

Br J Cancer 112: S84-S91; advance online publication, March 3, 2015; doi:10.1038/bjc.2015.47

Is increased time to diagnosis and treatment in symptomatic cancer associated with poorer outcomes? Systematic review Open

R D Neal, P Tharmanathan, B France, N U Din, S Cotton, J Fallon-Ferguson, W Hamilton, A Hendry, M Hendry, R Lewis, U Macleod, E D Mitchell, M Pickett, T Rai, K Shaw, N Stuart, M L Tørring, C Wilkinson, B Williams, N Williams and J Emery

Br J Cancer 112: S92-S107; advance online publication, March 3, 2015; doi:10.1038/bjc.2015.48

Stage at diagnosis and early mortality from cancer in England Open

S McPhail, S Johnson, D Greenberg, M Peake and B Rous

Br J Cancer 112: S108-S115; advance online publication, March 3, 2015; doi:10.1038/bjc.2015.49

Estimating the potential survival gains by eliminating socioeconomic and sex inequalities in stage at diagnosis of melanoma Open

M J Rutherford, L Ironmonger, N Ormiston-Smith, G A Abel, D C Greenberg, G Lyratzopoulos and P C Lambert

Br J Cancer 112: S116-S123; advance online publication, March 3, 2015; doi:10.1038/bjc.2015.50

The impact of eliminating age inequalities in stage at diagnosis on breast cancer survival for older women Open

M J Rutherford, G A Abel, D C Greenberg, P C Lambert and G Lyratzopoulos

Br J Cancer 112: S124-S128; advance online publication, March 3, 2015; doi:10.1038/bjc.2015.51

Cancer-specific variation in emergency presentation by sex, age and deprivation across 27 common and rarer cancers Open

G A Abel, J Shelton, S Johnson, L Elliss-Brookes and G Lyratzopoulos

Br J Cancer 112: S129-S136; advance online publication, March 3, 2015; doi:10.1038/bjc.2015.52