Cancer by Race

Summary: Cancer incidence data, crude rates, and age-adjusted rates by race

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This database provides cancer incidence data, crude rates, and age-adjusted rates by race for the United States and most states. It includes the leading cancers reported by the CDC.  Crude rates indicate the number of cases reported each calendar year per 100,000 population. Age-adjusted rates are weighted averages of the age-specific (crude) rates, where the weights are the proportions of persons in the corresponding age groups of a standard million population. See the National Program of Cancer Registries (NPCR) at CDC for more details. for more details.

  • Data are not available for Connecticut, Hawaii, Iowa, New Mexico, Utah and Vermont.
  • Additionally, data are missing for some states in some years: Alabama (1999), Arkansas (1999, 2000, 2002), District of Columbia (2002, 2008), Maryland (2001), Mississippi (1999-2002), Nevada (1999, 2007), North Carolina (1999-2000), South Dakota (1999-2000), Tennessee (1999-2003), Vermont (1999-2008), and Virginia (1999-2002, 2008).  
  • Population estimates have been modified and are based on the annual time series of population estimates produced by the Population Estimates Program of the U.S. Bureau of the Census. 

Geographic Coverage: U.S., States

Periodicity: Annually

Series Begins/Ends: 1999 - 2019

Source (APA): RAND State Statistics. (2022, December 17). Cancer by Race.
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Derived From: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Updated:  Dec. 17, 2022 Estimated next update: Dec. 15, 2023

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 American Indian or Alaska Native  Asian or Pacific Islander  Black or African American
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