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Table 1.10c: Cancer Treatment by State, 2000

Female breast cancer death rate per 100,000 population, by State, 2000 a
     
Stateb Number Ratec
United States 41,872 27.1
Alabama 691 26.9
Alaska 61 28.4
Arizona 718 27.6
Arkansas 374 24.0
California 4,243 25.7
Colorado 476 23.1
Connecticut 539 26.4
Delaware 140 32.7
District of Columbia 96 28.5
Florida 2,653 25.5
Georgia 1,007 26.2
Hawaii 119 18.0
Idaho 178 28.0
Illinois 2,045 29.8
Indiana 950 28.2
Iowa 451 24.0
Kansas 434 28.0
Kentucky 598 26.3
Louisiana 725 30.7
Maine 197 25.4
Maryland 795 28.5
Massachusetts 1,059 27.5
Michigan 1,493 27.1
Minnesota 733 27.4
Mississippi 463 30.6
Missouri 925 28.4
Montana 131 25.1
Nebraska 226 22.4
Nevada 257 28.5
New Hampshire 181 27.8
New Jersey 1,567 31.5
New Mexico 241 26.8
New York 3,093 27.9
North Carolina 1,075 24.8
North Dakota 97 24.2
Ohio 1,957 29.3
Oklahoma 513 25.6
Oregon 477 24.8
Pennsylvania 2,280 28.3
Rhode Island 187 29.0
South Carolina 637 29.2
South Dakota 129 28.5
Tennessee 863 27.1
Texas 2,466 25.3
Utah 198 23.0
Vermont 106 30.4
Virginia 1,097 29.9
Washington 749 24.8
West Virginia 329 27.8
Wisconsin 788 25.7
Wyoming 65 25.6

aMeasure is age adjusted.

bPopulation includes females only.

c1990-based postcensal population estimates were used to calculate death rates; future reports will present rates based on intercensal population estimates for 1998 and 1999 and bridged-race population estimates for 2000 and subsequent years.

Source: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, National Center for Health Statistics, National Vital Statistics System - Mortality.

Table 1.10b: Cancer Treatment by State, 1999 Table 1.11a: National Cancer Treatment, 2000

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