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2004 National Healthcare Quality Report

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Table 1.10b: Cancer deaths per 100,000 female population per year for breast cancer, by State, 1999 and 2001

  2001 1999
State Number Ratea Standard error Number Ratea Standard error
             
United States 41,394 26.0 0.1 41,144 26.6 0.1
             
Alabama 748 28.6 1.1 653 25.7 1.0
Alaska 46 21.8 3.5 42 20.6 3.4
Arizona 685 24.2 0.9 684 25.4 1.0
Arkansas 395 24.7 1.3 401 25.3 1.3
California 4,200 24.8 0.4 4,060 25.1 0.4
Colorado 469 22.3 1.0 489 24.8 1.1
Connecticut 594 27.5 1.1 541 25.5 1.1
Delaware 123 26.7 2.4 120 27.7 2.5
District of Columbia 128 38.9 3.5 118 35.6 3.3
Florida 2,562 23.5 0.5 2,579 24.4 0.5
Georgia 1,010 24.9 0.8 1,008 26.1 0.8
Hawaii 139 20.5 1.7 138 21.2 1.8
Idaho 131 19.8 1.7 171 26.9 2.1
Illinois 1,846 26.6 0.6 2,007 29.5 0.7
Indiana 921 26.9 0.9 898 26.4 0.9
Iowa 455 23.9 1.2 479 25.9 1.2
Kansas 355 22.2 1.2 386 25.3 1.3
Kentucky 636 27.4 1.1 602 26.7 1.1
Louisiana 729 30.5 1.1 683 29.2 1.1
Maine 182 22.0 1.6 215 27.1 1.9
Maryland 819 27.9 1.0 791 28.0 1.0
Massachusetts 1,048 26.5 0.8 1,045 27.2 0.9
Michigan 1,473 26.3 0.7 1,531 28.1 0.7
Minnesota 687 24.9 1.0 670 25.0 1.0
Mississippi 440 28.2 1.4 429 28.0 1.4
Missouri 917 27.3 0.9 856 25.7 0.9
Montana 124 22.8 2.1 122 23.5 2.1
Nebraska 254 25.0 1.6 249 24.0 1.6
Nevada 255 25.5 1.6 245 26.7 1.7
New Hampshire 186 26.1 1.9 186 27.7 2.0
New Jersey 1,467 28.7 0.8 1,436 28.9 0.8
New Mexico 183 19.1 1.4 215 23.5 1.6
New York 3,125 27.6 0.5 3,127 28.4 0.5
North Carolina 1,154 25.5 0.8 1,168 26.7 0.8
North Dakota 103 25.6 2.6 111 26.0 2.6
Ohio 1,941 28.7 0.7 1,960 29.4 0.7
Oklahoma 536 26.8 1.2 522 26.4 1.2
Oregon 520 26.4 1.2 511 26.7 1.2
Pennsylvania 2,316 28.2 0.6 2,386 29.4 0.6
Rhode Island 159 23.4 1.9 179 26.7 2.0
South Carolina 589 25.8 1.1 604 27.7 1.1
South Dakota 87 18.9 2.1 110 23.0 2.3
Tennessee 845 25.7 0.9 833 26.1 0.9
Texas 2,483 24.7 0.5 2,408 25.2 0.5
Utah 197 22.0 1.6 185 21.7 1.6
Vermont 106 28.9 2.8 89 25.4 2.7
Virginia 1,077 27.9 0.9 1,008 27.2 0.9
Washington 759 24.2 0.9 725 24.0 0.9
West Virginia 309 25.7 1.5 286 25.0 1.5
Wisconsin 821 25.8 0.9 825 26.8 0.9
Wyoming 60 22.8 2.9 58 23.0 3.0
             

aRates are age adjusted to the 2000 standard population.

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

 

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