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South Dakota map showing age-adjusted death rates by county.  Meade County
 suppressed due to insufficient counts.  Clay County
 suppressed due to insufficient counts.  Shannon County
 suppressed due to insufficient counts.  Lake County
 suppressed due to insufficient counts.  Butte County
 suppressed due to insufficient counts.  Todd County
 suppressed due to insufficient counts.  Charles Mix County
 suppressed due to insufficient counts.  Turner County
 suppressed due to insufficient counts.  Custer County
 suppressed due to insufficient counts.  Grant County
 suppressed due to insufficient counts.  Hutchinson County
 suppressed due to insufficient counts.  Fall River County
 suppressed due to insufficient counts.  Bon Homme County
 suppressed due to insufficient counts.  Moody County
 suppressed due to insufficient counts.  Spink County
 suppressed due to insufficient counts.  Hamlin County
 suppressed due to insufficient counts.  Day County
 suppressed due to insufficient counts.  Tripp County
 suppressed due to insufficient counts.  McCook County
 suppressed due to insufficient counts.  Walworth County
 suppressed due to insufficient counts.  Dewey County
 suppressed due to insufficient counts.  Brule County
 suppressed due to insufficient counts.  Kingsbury County
 suppressed due to insufficient counts.  Marshall County
 suppressed due to insufficient counts.  Deuel County
 suppressed due to insufficient counts.  Gregory County
 suppressed due to insufficient counts.  Corson County
 suppressed due to insufficient counts.  Edmunds County
 suppressed due to insufficient counts.  Lyman County
 suppressed due to insufficient counts.  Clark County
 suppressed due to insufficient counts.  Bennett County
 suppressed due to insufficient counts.  Hand County
 suppressed due to insufficient counts.  Hanson County
 suppressed due to insufficient counts.  Jackson County
 suppressed due to insufficient counts.  Douglas County
 suppressed due to insufficient counts.  Perkins County
 suppressed due to insufficient counts.  Stanley County
 suppressed due to insufficient counts.  Ziebach County
 suppressed due to insufficient counts.  Aurora County
 suppressed due to insufficient counts.  McPherson County
 suppressed due to insufficient counts.  Miner County
 suppressed due to insufficient counts.  Faulk County
 suppressed due to insufficient counts.  Sanborn County
 suppressed due to insufficient counts.  Potter County
 suppressed due to insufficient counts.  Mellette County
 suppressed due to insufficient counts.  Jerauld County
 suppressed due to insufficient counts.  Haakon County
 suppressed due to insufficient counts.  Buffalo County
 suppressed due to insufficient counts.  Campbell County
 suppressed due to insufficient counts.  Hyde County
 suppressed due to insufficient counts.  Sully County
 suppressed due to insufficient counts.  Harding County
 suppressed due to insufficient counts.  Jones County
 suppressed due to insufficient counts.  Lincoln County 2007 - 2011
 Age-adjusted death rate = 11.6 (7.0 - 17.9)  Yankton County 2007 - 2011
 Age-adjusted death rate = 11.7 (6.7 - 19.2)  Codington County 2007 - 2011
 Age-adjusted death rate = 13.0 (8.0 - 20.1)  Pennington County 2007 - 2011
 Age-adjusted death rate = 13.2 (10.3 - 16.6)  Lawrence County 2007 - 2011
 Age-adjusted death rate = 15.2 (9.8 - 22.9)  Brookings County 2007 - 2011
 Age-adjusted death rate = 15.7 (9.8 - 23.8)  Minnehaha County 2007 - 2011
 Age-adjusted death rate = 16.0 (13.4 - 19.0)  Brown County 2007 - 2011
 Age-adjusted death rate = 16.1 (11.4 - 22.3)  Davison County 2007 - 2011
 Age-adjusted death rate = 17.9 (11.6 - 26.9)  Union County 2007 - 2011
 Age-adjusted death rate = 19.4 (11.0 - 32.0)  Beadle County 2007 - 2011
 Age-adjusted death rate = 21.2 (13.6 - 32.0)  Hughes County 2007 - 2011
 Age-adjusted death rate = 21.7 (13.3 - 33.7)  Roberts County 2007 - 2011
 Age-adjusted death rate = 29.6 (17.7 - 47.1) 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.