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Table 1.10b
Cancer deaths per 100,000 male population per year for prostate cancer,a by State, 1999 and 2004
State 2004 1999
Number Rate Standard error Number Rate Standard error
United States 29,002 25.4 0.2 31,728 31.3 0.2
Alabama 545 33.1 1.5 613 39.1 1.6
Alaska 32 26.0 5.1 20 20.7 5.0
Arizona 550 23.6 1.0 498 24.3 1.1
Arkansas 316 28.3 1.6 378 35.2 1.8
California 2,979 23.9 0.4 3,077 28.4 0.5
Colorado 355 25.3 1.4 361 29.8 1.6
Connecticut 403 25.4 1.3 404 28.8 1.4
Delaware 106 30.7 3.0 93 32.9 3.6
District of Columbia 92 44.8 4.7 113 57.9 5.5
Florida 2,134 22.1 0.5 2,245 25.9 0.6
Georgia 698 29.3 1.2 813 38.8 1.4
Hawaii 113 19.2 1.8 117 22.7 2.1
Idaho 153 29.0 2.3 159 33.5 2.7
Illinois 1,228 25.9 0.7 1,423 33.0 0.9
Indiana 661 27.9 1.1 746 35.2 1.3
Iowa 352 24.6 1.3 417 31.6 1.6
Kansas 272 23.1 1.4 314 29.3 1.7
Kentucky 393 27.3 1.4 462 33.2 1.6
Louisiana 491 31.7 1.5 551 38.5 1.7
Maine 158 26.7 2.1 148 27.8 2.3
Maryland 560 27.8 1.2 580 34.6 1.5
Massachusetts 651 23.5 0.9 801 33.2 1.2
Michigan 967 24.0 0.8 1,139 32.6 1.0
Minnesota 558 27.4 1.2 567 31.2 1.3
Mississippi 305 31.6 1.9 426 44.8 2.2
Missouri 546 23.5 1.0 662 30.6 1.2
Montana 130 31.0 2.7 129 34.8 3.1
Nebraska 184 24.2 1.8 188 26.9 2.0
Nevada 210 25.5 1.8 196 29.5 2.3
New Hampshire 143 28.4 2.4 119 28.8 2.7
New Jersey 838 23.5 0.8 966 30.4 1.0
New Mexico 175 24.2 1.9 197 31.9 2.3
New York 1,896 24.4 0.6 2,056 29.4 0.7
North Carolina 858 29.1 1.0 911 35.2 1.2
North Dakota 89 27.9 3.0 88 28.7 3.1
Ohio 1,274 26.7 0.8 1,342 31.8 0.9
Oklahoma 339 24.2 1.3 393 30.2 1.5
Oregon 403 25.6 1.3 446 32.7 1.6
Pennsylvania 1,475 24.0 0.6 1,720 31.7 0.8
Rhode Island 135 26.7 2.3 133 30.6 2.7
South Carolina 491 32.6 1.5 533 41.1 1.9
South Dakota 102 27.6 2.7 114 33.4 3.1
Tennessee 583 27.8 1.2 661 34.8 1.4
Texas 1,671 25.2 0.6 1,774 30.4 0.7
Utah 167 24.5 1.9 190 32.6 2.4
Vermont 77 28.8 3.3 79 35.4 4.0
Virginia 648 25.6 1.0 787 36.1 1.3
Washington 591 25.2 1.0 600 29.4 1.2
West Virginia 200 23.9 1.7 241 30.8 2.0
Wisconsin 654 28.2 1.1 681 32.6 1.3
Wyoming 51 26.3 3.8 57 32.6 4.4

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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