Childhood and Adolescent Cancer Incidence by County, 0-19 Years Old, 2009-2013

Source: New York State Cancer Registry

Region/County Average Annual Cases Rate per 1,000,000 95% CI (+/-)
New York State 978.6 199.1 5.6
New York City 389.4 192.7 8.6
New York State Excl NYC 589.0 203.2 7.4
Bronx 81.6 196.4 19.1
Kings (Brooklyn) 119.2 176.9 14.3
New York (Manhattan) 68.2 235.9 25.4
Queens 95.4 182.4 16.4
Richmond (Staten Island) 25.0 206.8 36.3
Albany 12.0 172.7 44.2
Allegany 3.0 220.2 114.7
Broome 6.8 137.7 47.0
Cattaraugus 4.6 221.5 90.6
Cayuga 4.2 220.7 94.8
Chautauqua 8.4 248.1 75.6
Chemung 4.0 181.0 79.4
Chenango 1.0 77.0 67.6
Clinton 2.2 115.9 69.7
Columbia 2.6 184.1 100.7
Cortland 1.6 113.6 81.3
Delaware 2.2 208.9 125.5
Dutchess 14.0 190.9 45.4
Erie 48.4 215.0 27.2
Essex 2.2 268.8 159.7
Franklin 1.8 141.3 92.8
Fulton 4.6 334.9 137.2
Genesee 4.6 311.8 127.9
Greene 1.6 137.7 96.6
Herkimer 3.4 203.8 97.5
Jefferson 7.8 238.8 75.7
Lewis 1.2 164.7 131.8
Livingston 2.8 155.1 83.6
Madison 3.8 196.7 91.1
Monroe 38.0 193.0 27.6
Montgomery 3.2 249.6 122.3
Nassau 73.8 214.8 22.0
Niagara 9.8 189.3 53.2
Oneida 10.0 171.3 47.6
Onondaga 20.6 163.9 31.8
Ontario 6.4 235.9 82.3
Orange 22.4 199.9 37.1
Orleans 2.4 220.3 125.4
Oswego 6.4 203.6 71.1
Otsego 2.2 146.4 91.3
Putnam 5.2 200.5 77.6
Rensselaer 9.8 244.7 69.0
Rockland 21.2 220.2 41.9
St. Lawrence 4.6 155.7 64.7
Saratoga 15.2 278.7 62.8
Schenectady 8.8 223.4 66.1
Schoharie 1.4 172.1 132.1
Schuyler 1.0 246.0 216.9
Seneca 0.8 88.4 86.7
Steuben 4.4 169.6 70.9
Suffolk 85.0 215.2 20.5
Sullivan 4.2 218.0 93.3
Tioga 2.0 155.1 96.5
Tompkins 3.4 133.6 69.8
Ulster 9.6 228.1 65.2
Warren 2.6 180.3 98.4
Washington 3.8 266.5 120.0
Wayne 3.8 156.4 70.5
Westchester 53.4 211.0 25.3
Wyoming 2.6 271.1 147.8
Yates 2.2 296.5 176.8

Notes

  • Incidence data are provisional, November 2015.
  • Rates are per 1,000,000 children, age-adjusted to the 2000 US standard population, with 95% confidence intervals.
  • Rates based on fewer than 4 cases per year are unstable and should be used with caution.