Prostate Cancer Incidence and Mortality by Year, Whites, New York State, 1976-2012

Source: New York State Cancer Registry

Year of Diagnosis/Death Incidence Mortality
Cases Rate per 100,000 Males 95% CI (+/-) Deaths Rate per 100,000 Males 95% CI (+/-)
1976 4110 74.0 2.4 1501 29.3 1.6
1977 4183 74.1 2.4 1500 28.8 1.5
1978 4129 73.2 2.3 1566 30.4 1.6
1979 4344 77.4 2.4 1527 29.7 1.6
1980 4783 83.3 2.5 1548 29.9 1.6
1981 4766 83.1 2.5 1508 29.2 1.5
1982 4864 84.3 2.5 1530 29.2 1.5
1983 5078 86.6 2.5 1680 31.7 1.6
1984 5057 86.0 2.5 1746 33.0 1.6
1985 5324 89.3 2.5 1623 30.1 1.5
1986 5415 91.1 2.5 1695 31.0 1.5
1987 5756 95.7 2.6 1687 30.9 1.5
1988 5760 96.4 2.6 1767 32.3 1.6
1989 5978 98.9 2.6 1766 32.4 1.6
1990 7121 114.9 2.8 1802 32.9 1.6
1991 8438 133.4 2.9 1888 34.0 1.6
1992 10565 163.7 3.2 1898 34.1 1.6
1993 10099 154.7 3.1 1902 34.0 1.6
1994 9492 144.4 3.0 1965 34.9 1.6
1995 9268 139.7 2.9 1886 33.3 1.5
1996 10009 150.7 3.0 1852 32.1 1.5
1997 10552 157.9 3.0 1797 30.9 1.5
1998 10434 154.4 3.0 1680 28.3 1.4
1999 10905 160.5 3.0 1597 26.5 1.3
2000 12002 175.5 3.2 1632 26.9 1.3
2001 11835 171.1 3.1 1611 26.1 1.3
2002 12165 173.7 3.1 1531 24.6 1.2
2003 11246 159.3 3.0 1535 24.1 1.2
2004 10938 152.9 2.9 1462 22.8 1.2
2005 11109 153.6 2.9 1364 20.9 1.1
2006 12498 171.8 3.0 1324 20.1 1.1
2007 12712 171.0 3.0 1384 20.5 1.1
2008 12216 161.2 2.9 1317 19.2 1.0
2009 11984 154.6 2.8 1265 18.2 1.0
2010 11195 141.7 2.7 1371 19.3 1.0
2011 11559 143.7 2.7 1304 18.0 1.0
2012 9698 117.7 2.4 1221 16.7 0.9

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.