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Colorado map showing age-adjusted death rates by county.  Jackson County
 suppressed due to insufficient counts.  Hinsdale County
 suppressed due to insufficient counts.  Mineral County
 suppressed due to insufficient counts.  San Juan County
 suppressed due to insufficient counts.  Pitkin County 2007 - 2011
 Age-adjusted death rate = 68.7 (50.6 - 91.1)  Summit County 2007 - 2011
 Age-adjusted death rate = 76.6 (50.1 - 110.0)  Gunnison County 2007 - 2011
 Age-adjusted death rate = 93.4 (68.4 - 123.9)  San Miguel County 2007 - 2011
 Age-adjusted death rate = 97.3 (49.8 - 165.8)  Ouray County 2007 - 2011
 Age-adjusted death rate = 97.8 (64.0 - 146.5)  Eagle County 2007 - 2011
 Age-adjusted death rate = 97.9 (76.3 - 122.8)  Grand County 2007 - 2011
 Age-adjusted death rate = 100.0 (73.7 - 132.1)  Costilla County 2007 - 2011
 Age-adjusted death rate = 100.4 (65.8 - 150.6)  Dolores County 2007 - 2011
 Age-adjusted death rate = 105.6 (58.7 - 180.3)  Archuleta County 2007 - 2011
 Age-adjusted death rate = 109.7 (86.2 - 138.0)  Routt County 2007 - 2011
 Age-adjusted death rate = 118.1 (92.8 - 147.6)  La Plata County 2007 - 2011
 Age-adjusted death rate = 124.8 (110.7 - 140.1)  Cheyenne County 2007 - 2011
 Age-adjusted death rate = 130.3 (76.9 - 212.8)  Custer County 2007 - 2011
 Age-adjusted death rate = 130.9 (89.1 - 189.4)  Boulder County 2007 - 2011
 Age-adjusted death rate = 131.5 (125.0 - 138.2)  Conejos County 2007 - 2011
 Age-adjusted death rate = 133.6 (103.6 - 170.1)  Garfield County 2007 - 2011
 Age-adjusted death rate = 134.3 (118.6 - 151.4)  Larimer County 2007 - 2011
 Age-adjusted death rate = 138.0 (131.9 - 144.3)  Crowley County 2007 - 2011
 Age-adjusted death rate = 139.0 (97.5 - 192.8)  Douglas County 2007 - 2011
 Age-adjusted death rate = 141.0 (132.3 - 150.0)  Chaffee County 2007 - 2011
 Age-adjusted death rate = 141.0 (120.8 - 164.2)  Clear Creek County 2007 - 2011
 Age-adjusted death rate = 142.2 (107.2 - 185.2)  Washington County 2007 - 2011
 Age-adjusted death rate = 143.0 (105.7 - 191.0)  Sedgwick County 2007 - 2011
 Age-adjusted death rate = 143.8 (93.7 - 216.7)  Rio Grande County 2007 - 2011
 Age-adjusted death rate = 144.5 (118.1 - 175.5)  Jefferson County 2007 - 2011
 Age-adjusted death rate = 145.9 (141.4 - 150.5)  Phillips County 2007 - 2011
 Age-adjusted death rate = 147.0 (109.2 - 196.1)  Arapahoe County 2007 - 2011
 Age-adjusted death rate = 147.2 (142.3 - 152.1)  Park County 2007 - 2011
 Age-adjusted death rate = 147.3 (115.1 - 185.2)  Otero County 2007 - 2011
 Age-adjusted death rate = 148.1 (127.9 - 170.9)  El Paso County 2007 - 2011
 Age-adjusted death rate = 150.8 (146.0 - 155.7)  Montezuma County 2007 - 2011
 Age-adjusted death rate = 152.7 (134.4 - 173.0)  Logan County 2007 - 2011
 Age-adjusted death rate = 152.7 (132.2 - 175.6)  Weld County 2007 - 2011
 Age-adjusted death rate = 155.5 (147.7 - 163.6)  Saguache County 2007 - 2011
 Age-adjusted death rate = 157.3 (115.3 - 209.7)  Broomfield County 2007 - 2011
 Age-adjusted death rate = 157.6 (141.2 - 175.2)  Gilpin County 2007 - 2011
 Age-adjusted death rate = 158.0 (96.8 - 240.6)  Alamosa County 2007 - 2011
 Age-adjusted death rate = 158.4 (129.7 - 191.4)  Lake County 2007 - 2011
 Age-adjusted death rate = 159.6 (111.1 - 220.1)  Mesa County 2007 - 2011
 Age-adjusted death rate = 159.7 (151.3 - 168.4)  Fremont County 2007 - 2011
 Age-adjusted death rate = 159.7 (146.0 - 174.5)  Las Animas County 2007 - 2011
 Age-adjusted death rate = 161.6 (138.1 - 188.3)  Delta County 2007 - 2011
 Age-adjusted death rate = 162.1 (145.7 - 180.0)  Rio Blanco County 2007 - 2011
 Age-adjusted death rate = 162.3 (121.2 - 212.8)  Montrose County 2007 - 2011
 Age-adjusted death rate = 163.8 (148.7 - 180.2)  Pueblo County 2007 - 2011
 Age-adjusted death rate = 165.1 (157.0 - 173.5)  Denver County 2007 - 2011
 Age-adjusted death rate = 165.2 (160.3 - 170.2)  Morgan County 2007 - 2011
 Age-adjusted death rate = 166.2 (146.5 - 187.9)  Lincoln County 2007 - 2011
 Age-adjusted death rate = 166.8 (127.1 - 216.1)  Elbert County 2007 - 2011
 Age-adjusted death rate = 167.0 (139.4 - 198.4)  Adams County 2007 - 2011
 Age-adjusted death rate = 169.6 (163.0 - 176.3)  Moffat County 2007 - 2011
 Age-adjusted death rate = 170.2 (138.2 - 207.2)  Teller County 2007 - 2011
 Age-adjusted death rate = 170.5 (142.6 - 202.0)  Bent County 2007 - 2011
 Age-adjusted death rate = 174.7 (134.1 - 224.7)  Yuma County 2007 - 2011
 Age-adjusted death rate = 175.1 (144.2 - 211.1)  Huerfano County 2007 - 2011
 Age-adjusted death rate = 177.4 (144.3 - 217.9)  Kit Carson County 2007 - 2011
 Age-adjusted death rate = 179.2 (144.2 - 220.6)  Prowers County 2007 - 2011
 Age-adjusted death rate = 201.9 (170.4 - 237.8)  Kiowa County 2007 - 2011
 Age-adjusted death rate = 206.9 (130.7 - 321.4)  Baca County 2007 - 2011
 Age-adjusted death rate = 229.8 (179.3 - 293.2) interval types State Cancer Registries may provide more current or more local data. Click here to go to a list of State Cancer Registries Click here for more information about differences from the State Cancer Profiles web site and other statistics published. The source of the data is provided by the National Vital Statistics System public use data file. Click here to go to that web site. Death rates calculated by the National Cancer Insitute using SEER*Stat. To get more information on SEER*Stat, click here. Death Rates are age-adjusted to the 2000 US standard population by 5-year age groups. To get more information on the standard population, click here. Population Data File Data have been suppresed to ensure confidentiality and stability of rate estimates. For more information, click here. Data have been suppresed to ensure confidentiality and stability of rate estimates. For more information, click here. Healthy People 2020 Objectives Provided by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Click here to go to the Healthy People 2020 Web site Centers for Disease Control and Prevention provides the Healthy People 2020 Objectives. Click here to go to the Centers for Control and Prevention web site.