Female Breast Cancer Incidence and Mortality by Year, Whites, New York City, 1976-2012

Source: New York State Cancer Registry

Year of Diagnosis/Death Incidence Mortality
Cases Rate per 100,000 Females 95% CI (+/-) Deaths Rate per 100,000 Females 95% CI (+/-)
1976 3506 106.0 3.7 1353 38.7 2.1
1977 3313 102.1 3.7 1339 39.3 2.2
1978 3362 104.9 3.7 1332 39.6 2.2
1979 3270 104.2 3.8 1199 36.6 2.2
1980 3221 104.2 3.8 1314 39.8 2.3
1981 3363 110.0 3.9 1273 39.3 2.3
1982 3276 108.2 3.9 1190 37.0 2.2
1983 3268 108.2 3.9 1119 35.2 2.2
1984 3481 116.1 4.1 1186 37.7 2.3
1985 3435 115.0 4.1 1153 36.5 2.2
1986 3325 112.7 4.0 1102 35.0 2.2
1987 3425 116.5 4.1 1069 34.3 2.1
1988 3427 118.5 4.1 1162 37.3 2.2
1989 3376 119.6 4.2 1097 36.4 2.2
1990 3600 130.4 4.4 1031 34.6 2.2
1991 3627 132.9 4.5 986 33.5 2.2
1992 3602 133.3 4.5 977 33.3 2.2
1993 3398 126.3 4.4 987 33.6 2.2
1994 3748 138.7 4.6 987 34.0 2.2
1995 3666 137.0 4.5 1030 35.7 2.2
1996 3834 144.2 4.7 1051 36.9 2.3
1997 3657 137.2 4.5 904 32.0 2.1
1998 3722 139.4 4.6 842 29.6 2.0
1999 3709 138.1 4.5 818 28.1 2.0
2000 3603 133.6 4.4 812 27.6 1.9
2001 3465 128.0 4.3 828 28.3 2.0
2002 3386 124.8 4.3 762 25.7 1.9
2003 3299 122.7 4.3 742 25.3 1.9
2004 3288 122.7 4.3 763 25.9 1.9
2005 3197 120.2 4.2 720 24.7 1.8
2006 3257 124.1 4.3 711 24.7 1.9
2007 3413 131.1 4.5 663 22.9 1.8
2008 3399 129.7 4.5 659 22.7 1.8
2009 3472 132.0 4.5 650 22.7 1.8
2010 3313 125.9 4.4 641 22.0 1.8
2011 3385 127.5 4.4 597 20.3 1.7
2012 3205 120.7 4.3 606 20.8 1.7

Notes

  • Incidence data are provisional, November 2014.
  • Rates are per 100,000 persons, age-adjusted to the 2000 US standard population, with 95% confidence intervals.
  • Rates based on fewer than 20 cases or deaths per year are unstable and should be used with caution.
  • The data in this table are not identical to the data in the corresponding 2008-2012 incidence table. See the rationale in 'Considerations When Comparing Cancer Statistics Over Time'.
  • NYSCR mortality statistics might differ slightly from official mortality statistics due to the availability of additional demographic information.