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ICD8 ICD9 ICD10

All cancers

140-205

140-208

C00-C97

Bladder

188

188

C67

Brain

191

191

C71

Breast

174

174

C50

Cervix

180

180

C53

Colorectal

153-154

153-154

C18-21

Hogkin's disease

201

201

C81

Kidney

189

189

C64-66, C68

Larynx

161

161

C32

Leukaemia

204-207

204-208

C91-C95 xC91.4

Lip, mouth and pharynx

140-149

140-149

C00-C14

Lung

162

162

C33-C34

Melanoma

172

172

C43

Myeloma

203

203

C88, C90

Non Hodgkin's lymphoma

200, 202

200, 202

C82-C85,C91.4, C96

Oesophagus

150

150

C15

Ovary

183

183

C56-C57

Pancreas

157

157

C25

Prostate

185

185

C61

Stomach

151

151

C16

Testis

186

186

C62

Uterus

182

182

C54-C55


Blood: Donation

Mr. O'Brien: To ask the Secretary of State for Health what percentage of donated blood was used in each year since 1999. [256709]

[Official Report, 23 February 2009, Vol. 488, c. 200W.]

Letter of correction from Dawn Primarolo:

An error has been identified in the written answer given to the hon. Member for Eddisbury (Mr. O'Brien) on 23 February 2009. I am sorry that some of the figures in the last two rows of the table were transposed.

The correct figures are as follows:


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2005-06 2006-07 2007-08

Whole blood donations collected (thousand)

2,039

1,971

1,972

Red cells validated (thousand)¹

1,939

1,876

1,838

Red cells expired

6

6

3

Red cells issuable

1,933

1,870

1,835

Percentage red cells issuable

94.8

94.9

95.2

Red cells issued (thousand)

1,941

1,873

1,825

Number of hospitals participating²

119

119

112

Percentage transfused³

100.4

99.8

97.1

Percentage not transfused

2.6

2.2

2.2

¹ A validated unit of red cells is one that has been processed, tested, and labelled/validated as fit for issue to hospitals.
² Participating hospitals have only been submitting data on units transfused for a full 12 months since 2005-06.
³ Figures stated for the percentage of units transfused and not transfused are based on data submitted by hospitals compared against NHSBT figures for number of units issued. There is a small degree of duplication in submitted data due to the transfer of blood between hospitals, meaning some figures exceed 100.
Source:
NHS Blood and Transplant

Duchy of Lancaster

Redundancy: Hertfordshire

Mike Penning: To ask the Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster (1) how many people have been made redundant in (a) Hemel Hempstead and (b) Hertfordshire in the last six months; [265801]

(2) how many people identified as unemployed in (a) Hemel Hempstead and (b) Hertfordshire had been out of work for 12 months or more in each of the last five months; [265804]

(3) how many people under the age of 21 years were identified as unemployed in (a) Hemel Hempstead and (b) Hertfordshire in each of the last five years; [265806]

(4) how many people identifying themselves as disabled have been employed in (a) Hemel Hempstead and (b) Hertfordshire in each year since 1997. [265818]

[Official Report, 24 March 2009, Vol. 490, c. 284-85W.]

Letter of correction from Kevin Brennan:

The UK Statistics Authority has identified an error in the written answer given to the hon. Member for Hemel Hempstead (Mike Penning) to question 265806 on 24 March 2009.

The original answer provided a table of the number of persons claiming JSA under the age of 19, resident in the Hemel Hempstead constituency and Hertfordshire for the periods February 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008 and 2009. This was provided as an alternative answer to the above question, as statistics of the count of claimants of persons claiming JSA were not available for persons under the age of 21. The error occurred in the count of claimants for Hemel Hempstead and Hertfordshire, which were incorrect for all the years shown—they were double the corrected figures, because of a clerical error.

The correct table is as follows:

Table 1. Number of persons aged under 19 claiming Jobseeker's Allowance resident in Hemel Hempstead and Hertfordshire
As at February each year Hemel Hempstead Hertfordshire

2005

134

949

2006

161

1,106

2007

140

1,098

2008

121

886

2009

189

1,594

Source:
Jobcentre Plus administrative system

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Communities and Local Government

Sustainable Development

Grant Shapps: To ask the Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government how many Level (a) 1, (b) 2, (c) 3, (d) 4, (e) 5 and (f) 6 sustainable homes have been built in each quarter since the Code for Sustainable Buildings was implemented; and how many homes at each level she expects to be built in each of the next three years. [265270]

[Official Report, 29 April 2009, Vol. 491, c. 1383W.]

Letter of correction from Iain Wright:

An error has been identified in the written answer given to the hon. Member for Welwyn Hatfield (Grant Shapps) on 29 April 2009.

The correct answer should have been.

Mr. Iain Wright: The Code for Sustainable Homes (the Code) became operational in April 2007. We estimate
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that it takes on average 18 months to two years to go through the design, planning and building of any home. To achieve Code status in the most cost effective manner, homes need to be specifically designed for the Code.

The Code process has three main stages, registration, design and post construction—there is a significant number of homes within the process—and these numbers are increasing monthly, even in the current difficult economic climate. The following data are March 2009, with an August 2008 comparison.

Number of code certificates issued by end March 2009 and August 2008
Post construction (by code level)

Registration Design 1 2 3 4 5 6

March 2009

>190,000

1,231

0

1

58

4

2

0

August 2008

45,000

247

0

0

0

2

0

0



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