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Table 1.9c: Cancer Treatment by State, 2000

Prostate cancer death rate per 100,000 population, by State, 2000 a
     
State b Number Rate c
United States 31,078 29.7
Alabama 612 38.4
Alaska 30 28.6
Arizona 601 30.0
Arkansas 334 30.6
California 3,013 25.8
Colorado 373 29.8
Connecticut 383 26.5
Delaware 64 22.3
District of Columbia 104 49.0
Florida 2,270 25.9
Georgia 787 37.2
Hawaii 119 21.4
Idaho 159 34.0
Illinois 1,409 31.7
Indiana 660 30.2
Iowa 387 29.2
Kansas 291 26.3
Kentucky 461 32.3
Louisiana 470 32.9
Maine 147 28.7
Maryland 546 31.1
Massachusetts 767 30.1
Michigan 1,108 30.2
Minnesota 599 32.1
Mississippi 394 41.2
Missouri 631 28.5
Montana 108 27.4
Nebraska 211 29.1
Nevada 175 26.5
New Hampshire 130 30.2
New Jersey 959 28.7
New Mexico 177 27.0
New York 2,094 28.8
North Carolina 971 36.1
North Dakota 100 32.5
Ohio 1,334 30.5
Oklahoma 379 28.6
Oregon 416 29.1
Pennsylvania 1,686 30.3
Rhode Island 129 28.4
South Carolina 510 38.8
South Dakota 100 28.5
Tennessee 648 34.2
Texas 1,718 28.6
Utah 164 26.9
Vermont 54 24.4
Virginia 752 33.8
Washington 574 26.7
West Virginia 248 31.2
Wisconsin 661 31.0
Wyoming 61 34.2

a Measure is age adjusted.

b Population includes males only.

c 1990-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 1.9b: Cancer Treatment by State, 1999 Table 1.10a: National Cancer Treatment, 2000

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