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Table 1.12b
Cancer deaths per 100,000 population per year for colorectal cancer, by State, 1999 and 2002
  2002 1999
State Number Ratea Standard error Number Ratea Standard error
United States 56,740 19.7 0.1 57,155 20.9 0.1
Alabama 872 18.7 0.6 848 19.0 0.7
Alaska 69 17.9 2.4 61 20.8 3.0
Arizona 900 16.6 0.6 867 17.5 0.6
Arkansas 610 20.6 0.8 623 21.7 0.9
California 5,251 17.1 0.2 5,155 18.1 0.3
Colorado 662 18.1 0.7 604 17.9 0.7
Connecticut 747 19.3 0.7 776 20.7 0.7
Delaware 170 20.4 1.6 183 23.6 1.8
District of Columbia 139 24.6 2.1 142 25.5 2.1
Florida 3,936 18.2 0.3 3,967 19.4 0.3
Georgia 1,342 19.4 0.5 1,192 18.5 0.5
Hawaii 232 17.3 1.1 169 13.8 1.1
Idaho 191 15.4 1.1 217 18.8 1.3
Illinois 2,711 22.0 0.4 2,757 23.1 0.4
Indiana 1,316 21.4 0.6 1,388 23.5 0.6
Iowa 704 20.0 0.8 735 21.5 0.8
Kansas 588 20.2 0.8 585 20.7 0.9
Kentucky 990 23.9 0.8 862 21.9 0.7
Louisiana 986 23.3 0.7 954 23.7 0.8
Maine 315 20.9 1.2 333 23.4 1.3
Maryland 1,068 20.8 0.6 1,068 22.4 0.7
Massachusetts 1,513 21.3 0.6 1,529 22.4 0.6
Michigan 1,932 19.3 0.4 2,029 21.2 0.5
Minnesota 935 18.5 0.6 898 18.7 0.6
Mississippi 622 22.5 0.9 582 21.6 0.9
Missouri 1,294 21.3 0.6 1,300 22.0 0.6
Montana 184 18.3 1.4 186 19.6 1.4
Nebraska 407 21.7 1.1 408 22.2 1.1
Nevada 402 21.2 1.1 368 22.2 1.2
New Hampshire 223 17.5 1.2 270 23.0 1.4
New Jersey 1,962 21.5 0.5 2,026 23.3 0.5
New Mexico 323 18.2 1.0 273 16.8 1.0
New York 4,100 20.5 0.3 4,295 22.4 0.3
North Carolina 1,576 19.6 0.5 1,518 20.1 0.5
North Dakota 152 20.0 1.6 145 19.7 1.7
Ohio 2,552 21.1 0.4 2,810 24.0 0.5
Oklahoma 734 20.0 0.7 739 20.9 0.8
Oregon 663 17.9 0.7 689 19.7 0.8
Pennsylvania 3,214 21.3 0.4 3,472 23.7 0.4
Rhode Island 264 21.1 1.3 278 23.3 1.4
South Carolina 812 20.0 0.7 818 21.7 0.8
South Dakota 169 19.0 1.5 185 21.8 1.6
Tennessee 1,160 19.9 0.6 1,083 19.6 0.6
Texas 3,366 18.8 0.3 3,293 19.9 0.3
Utah 250 15.3 1.0 243 16.1 1.0
Vermont 146 22.3 1.8 137 22.3 1.9
Virginia 1,367 20.2 0.5 1,316 20.9 0.6
Washington 965 16.9 0.5 995 18.6 0.6
West Virginia 501 23.1 1.0 520 24.6 1.1
Wisconsin 1,060 18.4 0.6 1,170 21.1 0.6
Wyoming 93 19.2 2.0 94 20.6 2.1
             

a Estimates 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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