Female Breast Cancer Incidence and Mortality by Year, Whites, New York State, 1976-2011

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 8520 103.4 2.3 3310 38.8 1.4
1977 8388 102.0 2.2 3351 39.5 1.4
1978 8544 103.9 2.3 3359 39.4 1.4
1979 8406 102.3 2.3 3196 37.8 1.3
1980 8519 103.7 2.3 3300 38.5 1.3
1981 8737 106.5 2.3 3267 38.2 1.3
1982 8741 106.1 2.3 3212 37.4 1.3
1983 9106 110.6 2.4 3178 37.0 1.3
1984 9483 114.7 2.4 3312 38.5 1.4
1985 9806 119.2 2.4 3315 38.6 1.4
1986 9875 119.8 2.4 3297 38.1 1.3
1987 10175 123.0 2.5 3265 37.5 1.3
1988 10308 124.6 2.5 3327 38.4 1.3
1989 10125 123.1 2.5 3255 37.9 1.3
1990 10743 130.8 2.5 3156 36.4 1.3
1991 10686 129.7 2.5 3040 35.1 1.3
1992 10700 129.9 2.5 3020 34.7 1.3
1993 10498 127.0 2.5 3013 34.2 1.2
1994 10937 132.1 2.5 3007 34.2 1.2
1995 11235 136.1 2.6 2963 33.8 1.2
1996 11861 143.4 2.6 3013 34.0 1.2
1997 11833 142.0 2.6 2750 31.0 1.2
1998 12147 144.8 2.6 2706 30.1 1.2
1999 12046 142.3 2.6 2558 28.1 1.1
2000 11989 140.1 2.5 2571 27.9 1.1
2001 11744 136.8 2.5 2536 27.5 1.1
2002 11660 135.0 2.5 2446 26.1 1.1
2003 11519 132.8 2.5 2420 25.8 1.0
2004 11385 130.9 2.4 2298 24.3 1.0
2005 11423 130.7 2.4 2226 23.5 1.0
2006 11579 133.4 2.5 2155 22.8 1.0
2007 11734 134.3 2.5 2167 22.7 1.0
2008 12002 136.7 2.5 2094 21.8 1.0
2009 12273 138.1 2.5 2090 21.6 1.0
2010 11542 129.9 2.4 2134 21.7 1.0
2011 11972 133.8 2.5 2050 20.6 0.9

Notes

  • Incidence data are provisional, November 2013.
  • 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 2007-2011 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.