Childhood and Adolescent Cancer Incidence by New York City Neighborhood, 0-19 Years Old, 2007-2011

Source: New York State Cancer Registry

Borough/Neighborhood Average Annual Cases Rate per 1,000,000 95% CI (+/-)
New York State 949.8 191.0 5.4
New York City 389.2 191.7 8.5
Bronx
All of Bronx 79.8 189.3 18.6
Central Bronx 14.2 189.3 44.1
Bronx Park and Fordham 17.6 214.6 44.9
High Bridge and Morrisania 11.6 160.6 41.4
Hunts Point and Mott Haven 8.4 166.2 50.4
Kingsbridge and Riverdale 5.0 229.1 90.0
Northeast Bronx 8.6 165.2 49.4
Southeast Bronx 15.8 184.4 40.7
Kings
All of Kings (Brooklyn) 123.0 182.1 14.4
Central Brooklyn 14.6 142.5 32.7
Southwest Brooklyn 10.2 240.9 66.3
Borough Park 22.6 230.8 42.9
Canarsie and Flatlands 8.0 148.6 46.1
Southern Brooklyn 14.0 212.3 49.8
Northwest Brooklyn 8.0 159.3 49.5
Flatbush 12.6 135.6 33.6
East New York and New Lots 9.8 150.3 42.2
Greenpoint 4.2 108.8 46.8
Sunset Park 7.2 196.5 64.6
Bushwick and Williamsburg 11.4 156.3 40.9
New York
All of New York (Manhattan) 65.0 225.3 24.8
Central Harlem 7.6 158.1 50.9
Chelsea and Clinton 4.6 299.8 124.6
East Harlem 4.6 138.6 57.5
Gramercy Park and Murray Hill 5.0 372.5 150.2
Greenwich Village and Soho 2.6 233.4 128.0
Lower Manhattan 2.8 334.8 177.3
Lower East Side 6.4 169.8 59.6
Upper East Side 11.0 327.8 90.0
Upper West Side 6.8 187.5 63.6
Inwood and Washington Heights 12.0 158.3 40.8
Queens
All of Queens 98.4 188.6 16.7
Northeast Queens 4.0 218.6 95.9
North Queens 10.4 189.9 51.7
Central Queens 5.6 239.0 88.7
Jamaica 13.8 174.4 41.2
Northwest Queens 7.6 154.0 49.2
West Central Queens 8.2 151.9 46.6
Rockaway 6.4 191.1 66.4
Southeast Queens 9.0 176.2 51.6
Southwest Queens 14.4 197.1 45.6
West Queens 19.6 173.0 34.4
Richmond
All of Richmond (Staten Island) 23.0 188.3 34.4
Port Richmond 3.8 183.6 82.6
South Shore 11.2 222.2 58.3
Stapleton and St. George 5.0 146.6 57.5
Mid-Island 3.0 135.4 68.6

Notes

  • Incidence data are provisional, November 2013.
  • 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.