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Historical Trends (2002-2018)

Incidence, United States, All Cancer Sites, White Hispanic, All Ages, Both Sexes

Incidence, United States, All Cancer Sites, White Hispanic, All Ages, Both Sexes

Line graph with 17 years and 4 segments
During 2002-2008, the APC1 in the rate of cancer was stable: -0.3 with a 95% confidence interval from -0.8 to 0.2.
During 2008-2012, the APC1 in the rate of cancer was falling: -1.8 with a 95% confidence interval from -3.0 to -0.6.
During 2012-2016, the APC1 in the rate of cancer was stable: -0.7 with a 95% confidence interval from -1.8 to 0.5.
During 2016-2018, the APC1 in the rate of cancer was falling: -2.7 with a 95% confidence interval from -4.7 to -0.6.
Yearly points:
In 2002, the observed rate was 395.3. The estimated rate was 391.8.
In 2003, the observed rate was 389.4. The estimated rate was 390.6.
In 2004, the observed rate was 388.7. The estimated rate was 389.5.
In 2005, the observed rate was 387.5. The estimated rate was 388.3.
In 2006, the observed rate was 384.6. The estimated rate was 387.1.
In 2007, the observed rate was 384.4. The estimated rate was 386.0.
In 2008, the observed rate was 386.4. The estimated rate was 384.8.
In 2009, the observed rate was 381.2. The estimated rate was 378.0.
In 2010, the observed rate was 368.6. The estimated rate was 371.3.
In 2011, the observed rate was 367.7. The estimated rate was 364.8.
In 2012, the observed rate was 355.8. The estimated rate was 358.3.
In 2013, the observed rate was 359.0. The estimated rate was 356.0.
In 2014, the observed rate was 351.2. The estimated rate was 353.6.
In 2015, the observed rate was 351.0. The estimated rate was 351.2.
In 2016, the observed rate was 349.3. The estimated rate was 348.9.
In 2017, the observed rate was 339.9. The estimated rate was 339.6.
In 2018, the observed rate was 330.4. The estimated rate was 330.5.

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