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Table 1.11b: Cancer deaths per 100,000 population per year for lung cancer, by State, 1999 and 2001

  2001 1999
State Number Ratea Standard error Number Ratea Standard error
             
United States 156,054 55.3 0.1 152,154 55.5 0.1
             
Alabama 2,915 62.6 1.2 2,854 62.6 1.2
Alaska 197 54.4 4.2 179 53.6 4.3
Arizona 2,441 45.6 0.9 2,516 49.6 1.0
Arkansas 2,006 68.2 1.5 1,954 67.9 1.5
California 13,997 46.9 0.4 13,752 48.1 0.4
Colorado 1,483 41.5 1.1 1,368 40.3 1.1
Connecticut 1,846 49.4 1.2 1,788 48.8 1.2
Delaware 522 63.6 2.8 539 68.2 2.9
District of Columbia 314 55.8 3.1 299 54.0 3.1
Florida 11,804 56.2 0.5 11,489 56.5 0.5
Georgia 4,196 61.3 1.0 3,936 59.9 1.0
Hawaii 475 36.5 1.7 454 36.7 1.7
Idaho 538 44.6 1.9 497 43.0 1.9
Illinois 6,797 56.5 0.7 6,717 56.7 0.7
Indiana 3,936 65.0 1.0 3,899 65.6 1.0
Iowa 1,714 51.6 1.3 1,676 50.8 1.2
Kansas 1,555 56.2 1.4 1,470 53.9 1.4
Kentucky 3,340 80.8 1.4 2,970 74.0 1.4
Louisiana 2,890 68.7 1.3 2,693 65.5 1.3
Maine 860 58.6 2.0 824 58.2 2.0
Maryland 2,889 57.2 1.1 2,848 58.6 1.1
Massachusetts 3,695 54.2 0.9 3,595 54.1 0.9
Michigan 5,644 57.1 0.8 5,441 56.3 0.8
Minnesota 2,271 47.2 1.0 2,206 47.3 1.0
Mississippi 1,905 69.0 1.6 1,907 70.5 1.6
Missouri 37,57 63.1 1.0 3,624 62.0 1.0
Montana 578 59.0 2.5 508 53.4 2.4
Nebraska 945 52.7 1.7 910 51.4 1.7
Nevada 1,200 63.5 1.9 1,131 64.0 1.9
New Hampshire 648 52.6 2.1 665 56.1 2.2
New Jersey 4,700 52.7 0.8 4,605 52.9 0.8
New Mexico 658 37.7 1.5 627 37.8 1.5
New York 9,524 48.5 0.5 9,554 50.0 0.5
North Carolina 4,906 61.3 0.9 4,685 60.7 0.9
North Dakota 348 48.8 2.6 298 41.6 2.4
Ohio 7,188 60.2 0.7 7,177 61.0 0.7
Oklahoma 2,318 64.0 1.3 2,225 62.7 1.3
Oregon 1,955 54.9 1.2 1,888 54.5 1.3
Pennsylvania 8,042 55.0 0.6 7,923 54.7 0.6
Rhode Island 648 55.2 2.2 698 60.1 2.3
South Carolina 2,543 62.5 1.2 2,340 60.2 1.2
South Dakota 411 49.8 2.5 404 49.7 2.5
Tennessee 3,991 68.8 1.1 3,793 67.2 1.1
Texas 9,398 53.8 0.6 9,192 55.2 0.6
Utah 371 23.2 1.2 402 26.4 1.3
Vermont 346 53.9 2.9 338 54.9 3.0
Virginia 3,764 56.2 0.9 3,780 58.7 1.0
Washington 3,051 55.2 1.0 3,057 57.3 1.0
West Virginia 1,555 72.0 1.8 1,570 73.4 1.9
Wisconsin 2,747 49.3 0.9 2,649 48.6 0.9
Wyoming 232 48.4 3.2 240 52.0 3.4
             

a Rates 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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