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Incidence Rate Report for Oklahoma 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
Oklahoma6 470.2 (467.2, 473.3) 18,695 2006-2010
US (SEER+NPCR)1 453.7 (453.4, 454.0) 1,463,786 2006-2010
Garvin County6 553.8 (518.8, 590.8) 192 2006-2010
Muskogee County6 532.4 (510.0, 555.6) 434 2006-2010
Hughes County6 519.9 (472.6, 571.0) 91 2006-2010
Murray County6 517.4 (469.7, 568.9) 90 2006-2010
Tulsa County6 517.3 (509.1, 525.6) 3,091 2006-2010
Craig County6 511.6 (466.0, 560.7) 96 2006-2010
Creek County6 509.9 (487.8, 532.7) 415 2006-2010
Greer County6 506.6 (437.6, 584.1) 40 2006-2010
Love County6 505.3 (447.9, 568.3) 59 2006-2010
Choctaw County6 503.2 (459.1, 550.7) 101 2006-2010
McClain County6 502.5 (469.5, 537.2) 182 2006-2010
Jefferson County6 502.3 (436.6, 575.8) 44 2006-2010
Kingfisher County6 502.0 (455.3, 552.3) 86 2006-2010
Oklahoma County6 498.8 (491.4, 506.3) 3,532 2006-2010
Kiowa County6 497.3 (442.5, 557.5) 63 2006-2010
McCurtain County6 495.7 (464.6, 528.5) 194 2006-2010
Washington County6 495.6 (471.4, 520.8) 329 2006-2010
Jackson County6 495.3 (458.2, 534.7) 134 2006-2010
Okfuskee County6 492.4 (443.0, 546.0) 75 2006-2010
Pawnee County6 490.9 (448.8, 536.2) 104 2006-2010
Woods County6 490.8 (431.4, 556.6) 53 2006-2010
Kay County6 488.3 (462.8, 514.9) 286 2006-2010
Seminole County6 485.5 (450.8, 522.4) 149 2006-2010
Johnston County6 480.3 (428.1, 537.3) 64 2006-2010
Blaine County6 480.2 (428.5, 536.6) 64 2006-2010
Caddo County6 478.8 (445.7, 513.8) 159 2006-2010
Pushmataha County6 477.1 (429.6, 529.0) 79 2006-2010
Mayes County6 476.7 (449.4, 505.4) 235 2006-2010
Dewey County6 475.0 (400.1, 560.8) 31 2006-2010
Garfield County6 474.6 (451.7, 498.4) 331 2006-2010
Haskell County6 474.4 (426.3, 526.7) 75 2006-2010
Grant County6 474.4 (401.3, 558.5) 32 2006-2010
Ottawa County6 471.2 (441.2, 502.8) 191 2006-2010
Noble County6 471.2 (421.9, 525.0) 68 2006-2010
Pottawatomie County6 470.4 (448.6, 493.0) 357 2006-2010
Pontotoc County6 468.5 (439.1, 499.3) 194 2006-2010
Stephens County6 467.0 (442.0, 493.2) 269 2006-2010
Carter County6 464.8 (439.4, 491.4) 255 2006-2010
Washita County6 464.5 (415.8, 517.6) 69 2006-2010
Coal County6 463.4 (395.7, 540.1) 35 2006-2010
McIntosh County6 462.1 (427.0, 499.6) 142 2006-2010
Nowata County6 458.8 (409.2, 513.4) 64 2006-2010
Marshall County6 456.8 (415.8, 501.1) 98 2006-2010
Payne County6 455.6 (432.3, 479.9) 293 2006-2010
Canadian County6 455.5 (437.1, 474.5) 480 2006-2010
Okmulgee County6 450.2 (423.1, 478.6) 213 2006-2010
Alfalfa County6 450.0 (384.3, 525.0) 36 2006-2010
Harmon County6 449.3 (355.0, 562.3) 16 2006-2010
Pittsburg County6 448.1 (423.8, 473.6) 264 2006-2010
Cherokee County6 446.9 (420.3, 474.8) 217 2006-2010
Bryan County6 446.4 (419.8, 474.4) 216 2006-2010
Ellis County6 446.4 (368.6, 537.1) 25 2006-2010
Beckham County6 441.6 (403.8, 482.0) 101 2006-2010
Major County6 437.6 (381.2, 500.8) 46 2006-2010
Cleveland County6 435.0 (422.5, 447.8) 955 2006-2010
Tillman County6 434.6 (379.1, 496.3) 46 2006-2010
Custer County6 430.7 (396.4, 467.2) 119 2006-2010
Sequoyah County6 430.2 (403.6, 458.1) 204 2006-2010
Cimarron County6 424.7 (332.5, 537.4) 16 2006-2010
Rogers County6 419.9 (400.9, 439.5) 380 2006-2010
Comanche County6 419.4 (401.9, 437.4) 443 2006-2010
Adair County6 416.4 (379.9, 455.5) 99 2006-2010
Woodward County6 415.2 (377.9, 455.2) 93 2006-2010
Harper County6 412.2 (336.5, 501.6) 21 2006-2010
Roger Mills County6 411.7 (333.4, 504.6) 20 2006-2010
Texas County6 400.0 (359.2, 444.1) 71 2006-2010
Le Flore County6 399.2 (376.3, 423.2) 235 2006-2010
Lincoln County6 394.9 (367.2, 424.2) 156 2006-2010
Grady County6 388.1 (365.0, 412.3) 217 2006-2010
Atoka County6 382.5 (341.3, 427.5) 65 2006-2010
Delaware County6 382.4 (359.0, 407.2) 218 2006-2010
Latimer County6 380.2 (334.3, 431.0) 52 2006-2010
Osage County6 371.8 (349.3, 395.5) 212 2006-2010
Cotton County6 367.8 (310.3, 433.7) 30 2006-2010
Wagoner County6 347.7 (328.4, 367.9) 259 2006-2010
Logan County6 347.0 (321.7, 373.7) 145 2006-2010
Beaver County6 298.1 (242.2, 363.7) 21 2006-2010
Notes:
Created by statecancerprofiles.cancer.gov on 09/02/2014 2:43 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.