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National Healthcare Disparities Report, 2004

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Figure 2.1b

Age-adjusted incidence rate per 100,000 of late stage (regional and distant) colorectal cancer among people 50 and older, by race and ethnicity, 1992-2001.

Lline chart by ethnicity: nonhispanic white, in 1992, 106.3, in 1993, 104.5, in 1994, 103.4, in 1995, 101.8, in 1996, 101.1, in 1997, 102.6, in 1998, 102.8, in 1999, 98.7, in 2000, 97.5, in 2001, 91.3; hispanic, in 1992, 75, in 1993, 72.1, in 1994, 77.8, in 1995, 76.9, in 1996, 74.4, in 1997, 73.7, in 1998, 75.3, in 1999, 80, in 2000, 74.6, in 2001, 71.2.

Source: Surveillance, Epidemiology, and End Results program, 1992-2001. Reference Population: People age 50 and older.

Note: For findings related to all cancer measures, see Tables 2.1a and 2.1b. Available data do not support analyses stratified by S E S.

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