For patients

What is the NDRS?

The National Disease Registration Service (NDRS) collects and analyses data on people with cancer, rare diseases and congenital anomalies. This information is critical in helping NHS clinical teams plan care for their patients. It also supports academics and charities with their research.

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Webpage last updated: August 2021

 

 

How data is collected

Where the information comes from

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How data is kept safe

Putting security and confidentiality first

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How data is
used

The benefits of data driven healthcare

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