Prevalence Table

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Prevalence Projections Report by State
Complete Prevalence Counts

Female, All Cancer Sites, All Ages
Sorted by Projected Counts 2017
State
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Projected Counts 2017
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United States 8,296,800
Puerto Rico data not available
District of Columbia 9,500
Vermont 17,900
Alaska 18,200
North Dakota 18,700
Wyoming 18,000
South Dakota 19,500
Delaware 26,900
Montana 28,500
Rhode Island 34,500
Idaho 36,800
New Hampshire 41,400
Hawaii 45,300
Maine 47,100
Nebraska 49,200
New Mexico 55,700
Utah 55,200
West Virginia 57,200
Mississippi 59,900
Nevada 63,500
Arkansas 66,900
Kansas 69,100
Iowa 94,400
Oklahoma 102,200
Oregon 104,900
Colorado 108,500
Louisiana 109,600
Connecticut 124,900
Kentucky 124,300
Alabama 126,600
South Carolina 136,400
Indiana 145,000
Minnesota 145,000
Missouri 147,700
Maryland 149,600
Wisconsin 153,000
Tennessee 157,300
Arizona 186,000
Washington 192,000
Virginia 201,600
Georgia 214,600
Massachusetts 222,600
North Carolina 240,600
New Jersey 271,200
Michigan 274,800
Ohio 277,200
Illinois 328,100
Pennsylvania 371,900
Texas 559,700
New York 566,400
Florida 690,200
California 931,500
Notes:
Created by statecancerprofiles.cancer.gov on 11/22/2019 3:37 am.
State Cancer Registries may provide more current or more local data.
Methodology: Cancer prevalence estimates are derived from state specific cancer mortality and survival data using a statistical package called MIAMOD (Mortality-Incidence Analysis MODEL). Cancer survival models are derived from the Surveillance, Epidemiology, and End Results (SEER) Program data and adjusted to represent state specific survival.
For more information on prevalence, please see the about this table web page.
Source: Single age and year state specific mortality data for cancer and all causes of death from the National Center for Health Statistics (NCHS), and respective populations from the US Census Bureau, are available for calendar years 1969-2007 from SEER*Stat. The population projections were obtained from the US Census Bureau.
Note: The sum total of the individual states may not equal the total U.S. statistic due to rounding.
Prevalance data is not avaiable for Puerto Rico

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