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Historical Trends (2000-2019)

Incidence, California, All Cancer Sites, All Races (incl Hisp), All Ages, Male

Incidence, California, All Cancer Sites, All Races (incl Hisp), All Ages, Male

Line graph with 20 years and 3 segments
During 2000-2009, the APC1 in the rate of cancer was falling: -0.5 with a 95% confidence interval from -0.9 to -0.2.
During 2009-2013, the APC1 in the rate of cancer was falling: -3.3 with a 95% confidence interval from -5.0 to -1.5.
During 2013-2019, the APC1 in the rate of cancer was falling: -1.3 with a 95% confidence interval from -1.9 to -0.7.
Yearly points:
In 2000, the observed rate was 535.7. The estimated rate was 540.8.
In 2001, the observed rate was 547.1. The estimated rate was 537.8.
In 2002, the observed rate was 539.4. The estimated rate was 534.8.
In 2003, the observed rate was 522.8. The estimated rate was 531.9.
In 2004, the observed rate was 532.0. The estimated rate was 529.0.
In 2005, the observed rate was 519.0. The estimated rate was 526.1.
In 2006, the observed rate was 518.5. The estimated rate was 523.2.
In 2007, the observed rate was 531.4. The estimated rate was 520.3.
In 2008, the observed rate was 515.6. The estimated rate was 517.5.
In 2009, the observed rate was 510.9. The estimated rate was 514.6.
In 2010, the observed rate was 500.4. The estimated rate was 497.9.
In 2011, the observed rate was 485.7. The estimated rate was 481.7.
In 2012, the observed rate was 462.9. The estimated rate was 466.0.
In 2013, the observed rate was 453.5. The estimated rate was 450.8.
In 2014, the observed rate was 442.5. The estimated rate was 445.0.
In 2015, the observed rate was 439.6. The estimated rate was 439.3.
In 2016, the observed rate was 431.8. The estimated rate was 433.6.
In 2017, the observed rate was 430.2. The estimated rate was 428.1.
In 2018, the observed rate was 418.2. The estimated rate was 422.6.
In 2019, the observed rate was 420.4. The estimated rate was 417.1.

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