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Incidence Rate Report for Indiana by County

All Races (includes Hispanic), Both Sexes, All Cancer Sites, All Ages
Sorted by Rate
County
Annual Incidence Rate
over rate period
(95% Confidence Interval)

Average Annual Count
Rate Period
Indiana6 457.8 (455.5, 460.1) 31,054 2006-2010
US (SEER+NPCR)1 453.7 (453.4, 454.0) 1,463,786 2006-2010
Clark County6 550.6 (531.4, 570.3) 639 2006-2010
Jasper County6 549.2 (515.3, 584.8) 199 2006-2010
Jefferson County6 528.6 (495.6, 563.3) 196 2006-2010
Clay County6 528.4 (492.5, 566.2) 165 2006-2010
Benton County6 526.5 (464.9, 594.3) 55 2006-2010
Jay County6 524.5 (484.7, 566.8) 132 2006-2010
Jackson County6 519.0 (490.1, 549.1) 246 2006-2010
Dearborn County6 515.5 (488.3, 543.8) 279 2006-2010
Fountain County6 514.5 (472.6, 559.3) 115 2006-2010
Grant County6 510.5 (488.9, 532.7) 437 2006-2010
Carroll County6 506.2 (466.1, 549.1) 121 2006-2010
Vermillion County6 502.2 (458.9, 548.6) 103 2006-2010
Switzerland County6 501.4 (444.9, 563.4) 59 2006-2010
DeKalb County6 492.8 (463.4, 523.6) 215 2006-2010
Blackford County6 491.3 (444.4, 542.2) 83 2006-2010
Lake County6 490.7 (482.3, 499.2) 2,633 2006-2010
Fulton County6 490.0 (451.8, 530.8) 125 2006-2010
St. Joseph County6 487.4 (475.9, 499.2) 1,392 2006-2010
Delaware County6 486.0 (468.8, 503.6) 623 2006-2010
Hancock County6 485.5 (462.6, 509.2) 350 2006-2010
Crawford County6 483.3 (429.5, 542.1) 62 2006-2010
Pulaski County6 483.1 (436.2, 533.8) 80 2006-2010
Ripley County6 482.8 (449.1, 518.4) 156 2006-2010
Huntington County6 479.4 (450.2, 510.1) 206 2006-2010
Vigo County6 479.1 (461.2, 497.5) 557 2006-2010
LaPorte County6 475.9 (458.9, 493.4) 607 2006-2010
Randolph County6 473.0 (440.1, 507.8) 158 2006-2010
Jennings County6 472.9 (437.6, 510.2) 139 2006-2010
Tippecanoe County6 472.2 (455.6, 489.2) 635 2006-2010
Wayne County6 471.1 (450.5, 492.4) 404 2006-2010
Knox County6 470.5 (442.5, 499.9) 217 2006-2010
Martin County6 470.2 (417.4, 528.1) 60 2006-2010
Henry County6 469.9 (445.6, 495.4) 286 2006-2010
Bartholomew County6 466.0 (445.4, 487.4) 391 2006-2010
Morgan County6 464.9 (442.6, 488.0) 343 2006-2010
Madison County6 462.7 (447.6, 478.3) 722 2006-2010
Howard County6 462.5 (443.6, 481.9) 468 2006-2010
Marion County6 461.7 (455.2, 468.4) 3,866 2006-2010
Allen County6 457.8 (447.7, 468.1) 1,610 2006-2010
Johnson County6 457.8 (441.7, 474.2) 629 2006-2010
Porter County6 457.6 (443.0, 472.5) 774 2006-2010
Fayette County6 457.3 (423.3, 493.4) 139 2006-2010
Decatur County6 455.9 (421.4, 492.5) 131 2006-2010
Cass County6 455.3 (427.6, 484.4) 206 2006-2010
Owen County6 453.6 (416.4, 493.4) 115 2006-2010
Perry County6 452.5 (414.2, 493.6) 105 2006-2010
Elkhart County6 450.9 (437.5, 464.7) 872 2006-2010
Orange County6 450.0 (412.3, 490.3) 108 2006-2010
Shelby County6 448.2 (422.0, 475.8) 222 2006-2010
Putnam County6 448.1 (419.5, 478.2) 185 2006-2010
Clinton County6 448.1 (417.8, 480.0) 166 2006-2010
Spencer County6 448.1 (411.0, 487.7) 112 2006-2010
Lawrence County6 447.5 (423.0, 473.1) 258 2006-2010
Kosciusko County6 445.0 (424.7, 466.1) 368 2006-2010
Greene County6 444.4 (415.4, 474.9) 180 2006-2010
Monroe County6 442.0 (424.5, 460.0) 494 2006-2010
Whitley County6 440.5 (410.5, 472.1) 165 2006-2010
Marshall County6 440.4 (415.2, 466.8) 233 2006-2010
Wabash County6 439.7 (411.4, 469.6) 188 2006-2010
Steuben County6 439.0 (409.7, 469.9) 173 2006-2010
Ohio County6 436.5 (370.2, 511.9) 32 2006-2010
Starke County6 436.5 (401.9, 473.3) 122 2006-2010
Boone County6 436.2 (411.6, 461.8) 243 2006-2010
Adams County6 435.4 (405.0, 467.5) 158 2006-2010
White County6 435.0 (402.5, 469.5) 138 2006-2010
Noble County6 429.5 (403.6, 456.6) 211 2006-2010
Dubois County6 428.1 (401.9, 455.5) 203 2006-2010
Washington County6 425.3 (392.9, 459.8) 130 2006-2010
Montgomery County6 424.4 (397.5, 452.7) 189 2006-2010
Daviess County6 422.8 (392.4, 455.0) 146 2006-2010
Rush County6 418.8 (380.3, 460.4) 88 2006-2010
Miami County6 417.5 (390.0, 446.6) 174 2006-2010
Parke County6 416.9 (378.4, 458.6) 88 2006-2010
Posey County6 416.9 (384.6, 451.4) 126 2006-2010
Hendricks County6 415.5 (399.8, 431.8) 545 2006-2010
Vanderburgh County6 414.2 (401.6, 427.1) 840 2006-2010
Gibson County6 413.0 (384.9, 442.7) 164 2006-2010
Sullivan County6 412.7 (377.6, 450.3) 104 2006-2010
Hamilton County6 410.3 (397.8, 423.0) 895 2006-2010
Floyd County6 399.6 (379.9, 420.1) 317 2006-2010
Warrick County6 396.5 (374.5, 419.5) 255 2006-2010
Pike County6 394.1 (352.5, 439.6) 67 2006-2010
Harrison County6 390.4 (363.9, 418.3) 167 2006-2010
Tipton County6 388.4 (350.9, 429.2) 81 2006-2010
Newton County6 384.4 (343.8, 428.7) 67 2006-2010
Wells County6 370.1 (340.8, 401.4) 121 2006-2010
LaGrange County6 367.9 (339.2, 398.3) 125 2006-2010
Scott County6 366.4 (333.6, 401.6) 95 2006-2010
Warren County6 315.2 (268.8, 367.8) 34 2006-2010
Franklin County6 313.4 (283.5, 345.6) 82 2006-2010
Brown County6 297.7 (263.7, 335.2) 61 2006-2010
Union County6 222.8 (179.9, 273.3) 20 2006-2010
Notes:
Created by statecancerprofiles.cancer.gov on 08/22/2014 11:41 am.
State Cancer Registries may provide more current or more local data.
Incidence rates (cases per 100,000 population per year) are age-adjusted to the 2000 US standard population (19 age groups: <1, 1-4, 5-9, ... , 80-84, 85+). Rates are for invasive cancer only (except for bladder cancer which is invasive and in situ) or unless otherwise specified. Rates calculated using SEER*Stat. Population counts for denominators are based on Census populations as modified by NCI. The 1969-2011 US Population Data File is used for SEER and NPCR incidence rates.
§ The total count for the US (SEER+NPCR) may differ from the summation of the individual states reported in this table. The total uses data from the CDC's National Program of Cancer Registries Cancer Surveillance System (NPCR-CSS) January 2013 data submission for the following states: California, Kentucky, Louisiana, and New Jersey but data for those states when shown individually are sourced from the SEER November 2012 submission.

1 Source: CDC's National Program of Cancer Registries Cancer Surveillance System (NPCR-CSS) January 2013 data submission and SEER November 2012 submission.
6 Source: State Cancer Registry and the CDC's National Program of Cancer Registries Cancer Surveillance System (NPCR-CSS) January 2013 data submission. State rates include rates from metropolitan areas funded by SEER.

Interpret Rankings provides insight into interpreting cancer incidence statistics. When the population size for a denominator is small, the rates may be unstable. A rate is unstable when a small change in the numerator (e.g., only one or two additional cases) has a dramatic effect on the calculated rate.

Suppression is used to avoid misinterpretation when rates are unstable.