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Historical Trends (2002-2018)

Incidence, North Carolina, All Cancer Sites, Hispanic (any race), All Ages, Both Sexes

Incidence, North Carolina, All Cancer Sites, Hispanic (any race), All Ages, Both Sexes

Line graph with 17 years and 1 segments
During 2002-2018, the APC1 in the rate of cancer was rising: 1.4 with a 95% confidence interval from 0.8 to 2.0.
Yearly points:
In 2002, the observed rate was 208.5. The estimated rate was 214.0.
In 2003, the observed rate was 214.5. The estimated rate was 216.9.
In 2004, the observed rate was 217.7. The estimated rate was 219.9.
In 2005, the observed rate was 221.9. The estimated rate was 222.8.
In 2006, the observed rate was 226.1. The estimated rate was 225.9.
In 2007, the observed rate was 234.1. The estimated rate was 229.0.
In 2008, the observed rate was 251.5. The estimated rate was 232.1.
In 2009, the observed rate was 238.2. The estimated rate was 235.2.
In 2010, the observed rate was 244.0. The estimated rate was 238.4.
In 2011, the observed rate was 255.4. The estimated rate was 241.7.
In 2012, the observed rate was 225.1. The estimated rate was 245.0.
In 2013, the observed rate was 223.3. The estimated rate was 248.3.
In 2014, the observed rate was 236.8. The estimated rate was 251.7.
In 2015, the observed rate was 266.2. The estimated rate was 255.1.
In 2016, the observed rate was 265.0. The estimated rate was 258.6.
In 2017, the observed rate was 268.2. The estimated rate was 262.1.
In 2018, the observed rate was 265.8. The estimated rate was 265.7.

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