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2005 National Healthcare Quality Report

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Table 1.9b
Cancer deaths per 100,000 male population per year for prostate cancer, by State, 1999 and 2002
  2002 1999
Statea Number Rateb Standard error Number Rateb Standard error
United States 30,446 27.9 0.2 31,728 31.3 0.2
Alabama 568 34.6 1.5 613 39.1 1.6
Alaska 40 37.9 6.4 20 20.7 5.0
Arizona 542 24.5 1.1 498 24.3 1.1
Arkansas 336 29.6 1.6 378 35.2 1.8
California 3,058 25.6 0.5 3,077 28.4 0.5
Colorado 374 28.2 1.5 361 29.8 1.6
Connecticut 440 29.5 1.4 404 28.8 1.4
Delaware 82 26.8 3 93 32.9 3.6
District of Columbia 102 50.5 5 113 57.9 5.5
Florida 2,241 24 0.5 2,245 25.9 0.6
Georgia 750 32.6 1.2 813 38.8 1.4
Hawaii 102 17.5 1.7 117 22.7 2.1
Idaho 150 30.1 2.5 159 33.5 2.7
Illinois 1,331 29 0.8 1,423 33.0 0.9
Indiana 630 28 1.1 746 35.2 1.3
Iowa 399 29 1.5 417 31.6 1.6
Kansas 312 28 1.6 314 29.3 1.7
Kentucky 411 27.7 1.4 462 33.2 1.6
Louisiana 495 33 1.5 551 38.5 1.7
Maine 148 26 2.2 148 27.8 2.3
Maryland 570 31.1 1.3 580 34.6 1.5
Massachusetts 724 27.7 1 801 33.2 1.2
Michigan 1,021 27.3 0.9 1,139 32.6 1.0
Minnesota 602 31.2 1.3 567 31.2 1.3
Mississippi 395 40.7 2.1 426 44.8 2.2
Missouri 538 23.6 1 662 30.6 1.2
Montana 110 27.5 2.6 129 34.8 3.1
Nebraska 183 24.8 1.8 188 26.9 2.0
Nevada 215 29.9 2.1 196 29.5 2.3
New Hampshire 136 29.3 2.5 119 28.8 2.7
New Jersey 878 25.9 0.9 966 30.4 1.0
New Mexico 200 29.2 2.1 197 31.9 2.3
New York 2,030 27.2 0.6 2,056 29.4 0.7
North Carolina 894 31.7 1.1 911 35.2 1.2
North Dakota 88 27.8 3 88 28.7 3.1
Ohio 1,301 28.7 0.8 1,342 31.8 0.9
Oklahoma 350 25.4 1.4 393 30.2 1.5
Oregon 436 29.5 1.4 446 32.7 1.6
Pennsylvania 1,650 28.4 0.7 1,720 31.7 0.8
Rhode Island 115 24.7 2.3 133 30.6 2.7
South Carolina 478 35 1.7 533 41.1 1.9
South Dakota 110 30.5 2.9 114 33.4 3.1
Tennessee 595 29.3 1.2 661 34.8 1.4
Texas 1,704 26.5 0.7 1,774 30.4 0.7
Utah 183 28.4 2.1 190 32.6 2.4
Vermont 62 25.5 3.3 79 35.4 4.0
Virginia 816 33.6 1.2 787 36.1 1.3
Washington 619 28.1 1.1 600 29.4 1.2
West Virginia 213 25.9 1.8 241 30.8 2.0
Wisconsin 660 29.7 1.2 681 32.6 1.3
Wyoming 59 31.2 4.2 57 32.6 4.4

a Population includes males only.

b 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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