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The SCDI is defined as the time in days between a patient's first event with secondary care and their diagnosis date. The first event is derived from one of the following event types:
This tool does not aim to determine an optimal interval length and it is important to note that a shorter interval is not necessarily better.
For further information on the SCDI and caveats around the data please refer to the 'Information' tab. The full methodology is described in the standard operating procedure:
CAS-SOP: Defining the Secondary Care Diagnostic Interval using AV_Tumour linked data.
The results are presented for each cancer site by age, ethnicity, comorbidities, deprivation, route to diagnosis, sex, and stage at diagnosis. For more information relating to factors of interest please refer to the 'Information' tab.
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