Table 3.5.1 Significantly increased and reduced risks of gastrointestinal cancers among men and women resident in Welsh unitary authorities, 1992–2001

Unitary authoritySexGastrointestinal cancer
ColonRectumOesophagusStomachPancreas
↓ denotes significantly (p<0.05) reduced risk, relative to the rest of Wales; ↑ denotes significantly (p<0.05) increased risk, relative to the rest of Wales.
Source: Welsh Cancer Surveillance and Intelligence Unit.455
AngleseyMen
Women
Blaenau GwentMen
Women
BridgendMen
Women
CaerphillyMen
Women
CardiffMen
Women
CarmarthenshireMen
Women
CeredigionMen
Women
ConwyMen
Women
DenbighshireMen
Women
FlintshireMen
Women
GwyneddMen
Women
Merthyr TydfilMen
Women
MonmouthshireMen
Women
Neath and Port TalbotMen
Women
NewportMen
Women
PembrokeshireMen
Women
PowysMen
Women
Rhondda Cynon TaffMen
Women
SwanseaMen
Women
TorfaenMen
Women
Vale of GlamorganMen
Women
WrexhamMen
Women