Cancer Types Grouped by Area

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This registry contains data on Age-Adjusted Incidence Rates and Confidence Intervals for Cancer types by Areas in the United States. Rates are per 100,000 persons and are age-adjusted to the 2000 U.S. standard population (19 age groups – Census P25-1130). Since 1994, CDC’s National Program of Cancer Registries (NPCR) has funded state cancer registries to collect population-based cancer incidence data under Public Law 102-515, the Cancer Registries Amendment Act.

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Since 1994, CDC’s National Program of Cancer Registries (NPCR) has funded state cancer registries to collect population-based cancer incidence data under Public Law 102-515, the Cancer Registries Amendment Act. One of NPCR’s goals is to release these data to public health planners and others to monitor the burden of disease and to implement cancer prevention and control programs. Starting in 2001, NPCR began receiving data annually from funded programs with the goals of establishing the quality of the data and eventually releasing the data for use in public health planning. One of NPCR’s goals is to release these data to public health planners and others to monitor the burden of disease and to implement cancer prevention and control programs. Starting in 2001, NPCR began receiving data annually from funded programs with the goals of establishing the quality of the data and eventually releasing the data for use in public health planning.

Data from the United States Cancer Statistics Incidence and Mortality Web-based Report provide a basis for research, cancer control planning, health communications, and policy development efforts. Below are examples that illustrate these potential data uses

– Describing the variability in cancer incidence and death rates across different populations and identifying patterns.
– Determining differences in the cancer burden in similar states or regions to guide planning efforts for cancer control programs.
– Identifying populations at risk for certain cancers and developing effective, evidence-based cancer prevention and control activities for these groups based on identifying populations at risk for certain cancers.
– Helping design, implement, and expand comprehensive cancer control efforts.
– Providing information for a national database of cancer incidence and mortality data that can be used in conducting data linkages and designing special studies.
– Responding to community and media inquiries about cancer incidence and cancer mortality.
– Developing Web-based resources to help state health departments plan effective cancer prevention and control activities.
– Developing culturally sensitive and linguistically appropriate materials to communicate with diverse racial and ethnic audiences.
– Developing guidelines, policy, or legislation to strengthen or enhance cancer control efforts.
– Conducting special studies to advance clinical, epidemiologic, and health services research.
– Providing information to help state registries improve the quality and usefulness of their data and to link with other databases.
– Setting priorities for allocating health resources.

Date Created

1999-01-01

Last Modified

2019-08-02

Version

2019-08-02

Update Frequency

Annual

Temporal Coverage

1999-2019

Spatial Coverage

United States

Source

John Snow Labs; Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC);

Source License URL

Source License Requirements

N/A

Source Citation

N/A

Keywords

Community Health, Cancer Statistics, Cancer Registry

Other Titles

United States Cancer Statistics, Cancer Registry by States, Cancer Registry by Area

NameDescriptionTypeConstraints
Census_Division_NameGeographic groups of states comprising of several U.S. Census Divisions. For example, the New England and Middle Atlantic Divisions are in the Northeast Region.stringrequired : 1
Age_Adjusted_Lower_Confidence_IntervalAge adjusted lower range of values for a rate that will include the true value of the rate a given percentage of the time. CI stands for Confidence Interval, which is a range of values for a measure constructed so that the range has a specified probability (often, but not necessarily, 95%) of including the true value of the measurenumberlevel : Ratio
Age_Adjusted_Upper_Confidence_IntervalAge adjusted upper range of values for a rate that will include the true value of the rate a given percentage of the time. CI stands for Confidence Interval, which is a range of values for a measure constructed so that the range has a specified probability (often, but not necessarily, 95%) of including the true value of the measurenumberlevel : Ratio
Age_Adjusted_Mortality_RateIncidence or mortality rate adjusted to the age distribution of a standard population to allow for comparison among populations with different age distributions; for example, rates are age-adjusted to the 2000 U.S. standard population.numberlevel : Ratio
Count_of_People_Diagnosed_With_CancerThe number of people diagnosed with cancer in a given time period.string-
Cancer_Event_TypeType of Event, i.e., incidence or mortalitystringrequired : 1
Population_in_Census_DivisionThe number of inhabitants of a given geographic area.integerlevel : Ratio
Cancer_Frequency_Based_on_Race_And_EthnicityA basic measure of disease frequency, which takes into account the number of cases or deaths and the size of a population based on Race and Ethnicitystringrequired : 1
GenderGender of patientstringrequired : 1
Cancer_Organ_SiteThe location or organ (site) in the body where the cancer first occurred.stringrequired : 1
Data_Collection_Starting_YearYear in which the data collection is starteddate-
Data_Collection_Ending_YearYear in which the data collection is endeddate-
Crude_Lower_Confidence_IntervalA lower range of values for a rate that will include the true value of the rate a given percentage of the time. CI stands for Confidence Interval, which is a range of values for a measure constructed so that the range has a specified probability (often, but not necessarily, 95%) of including the true value of the measurenumberlevel : Ratio
Crude_Upper_Confidence_IntervalAn upper range of values for a rate that will include the true value of the rate a given percentage of the time. CI stands for Confidence Interval, which is a range of values for a measure constructed so that the range has a specified probability (often, but not necessarily, 95%) of including the true value of the measurenumberlevel : Ratio
Crude_Mortality_RateThe absolute number of cases or deaths in a given population during a given time frame divided by the population in the given geographic area. No adjustments are made when a crude rate is presented.numberlevel : Ratio
Census Division NameAge Adjusted Lower Confidence IntervalAge Adjusted Upper Confidence IntervalAge Adjusted Mortality RateCount of People Diagnosed With CancerCancer Event TypePopulation in Census DivisionCancer Frequency Based on Race And EthnicityGenderCancer Organ SiteData Collection Starting YearData Collection Ending YearCrude Lower Confidence IntervalCrude Upper Confidence IntervalCrude Mortality Rate
Alabama359.7374.8367.29300Incidence2293259All RacesFemaleAll Cancer Sites Combined1999397.3413.9405.5
Alabama160.6170.5165.54366Mortality2293259All RacesFemaleAll Cancer Sites Combined1999184.8196.1190.4
Alabama362.0377.0369.59473Incidence2302835All RacesFemaleAll Cancer Sites Combined2000403.1419.7411.4
Alabama160.8170.6165.74425Mortality2302835All RacesFemaleAll Cancer Sites Combined2000186.5197.9192.2
Alabama377.6392.9385.29970Incidence2309496All RacesFemaleAll Cancer Sites Combined2001423.3440.3431.7
Alabama164.7174.7169.74550Mortality2309496All RacesFemaleAll Cancer Sites Combined2001191.3202.8197.0
Alabama382.2397.5389.810149Incidence2314370All RacesFemaleAll Cancer Sites Combined2002430.0447.1438.5
Alabama158.3168.0163.14407Mortality2314370All RacesFemaleAll Cancer Sites Combined2002184.8196.1190.4
Alabama357.5372.3364.89596Incidence2324069All RacesFemaleAll Cancer Sites Combined2003404.7421.2412.9
Alabama158.9168.6163.74472Mortality2324069All RacesFemaleAll Cancer Sites Combined2003186.8198.1192.4