Female breast cancer mortality rate per 100,000

Source:2008-2010 Cancer Registry Data as of June, 2013

Adjusted Rates Are Age Adjusted to The 2000 United States Population

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  Deaths Average female population Crude Adjusted
Region/County 2008 2009 2010 Total 2008-2010 Rate Rate
Reg- 1 Western New York
Allegany s s s 18 24,279 24.7 20.2
Cattaraugus 11 9 15 35 40,742 28.6 21.6
Chautauqua 11 20 20 51 68,550 24.8 18.1
Erie 153 177 173 503 476,614 35.2 25.2
Genesee 9 10 6 25 30,287 27.5 20.3
Niagara 41 29 37 107 111,297 32.0 23.1
Orleans s s s 19 21,699 29.2 22.4
Wyoming s s s 13 19,229 22.5 17.3
Region Total 243 260 268 771 792,697 32.4 23.5
Reg- 2 Finger Lakes
Chemung 12 14 9 35 44,575 26.2 17.8
Livingston 9 8 7 24 32,621 24.5 21.5
Monroe 124 112 118 354 384,564 30.7 24.3
Ontario 16 13 15 44 54,814 26.8 20.0
Schuyler s s s 6 9,283 21.5* 15.3*
Seneca s s s 21 16,834 41.6 29.4
Steuben 18 17 14 49 49,866 32.8 24.7
Wayne 12 15 10 37 47,186 26.1 20.6
Yates s s s 11 13,042 28.1 24.2
Region Total 203 189 189 581 652,785 29.7 23.1
Reg- 3 Central New York
Cayuga 8 12 12 32 39,340 27.1 18.0
Cortland s s s 12 25,292 15.8 14.8
Herkimer 9 6 13 28 32,919 28.4 18.9
Jefferson 10 9 11 30 56,291 17.8 16.4
Lewis s s s 8 13,418 19.9* 16.0*
Madison 8 6 6 20 37,275 17.9 13.9
Oneida 31 33 42 106 117,735 30.0 20.0
Onondaga 77 62 60 199 241,405 27.5 21.3
Oswego 13 21 19 53 61,332 28.8 24.4
St. Lawrence 10 10 13 33 55,019 20.0 17.4
Tompkins 12 12 9 33 51,316 21.4 18.8
Region Total 185 178 191 554 731,342 25.3 19.7
Reg- 4 New York-Penn
Broome 24 22 29 75 102,416 24.4 16.5
Chenango s s s 24 25,541 31.3 22.4
Tioga 7 7 11 25 25,863 32.2 24.3
Region Total 43 36 45 124 153,819 26.9 18.6
Reg- 5 Northeastern New York
Albany 35 46 42 123 157,237 26.1 20.3
Clinton s s s 22 40,078 18.3 15.6
Columbia 6 9 7 22 31,333 23.4 14.9
Delaware s s s 21 23,960 29.2 18.8
Essex s s s 14 18,977 24.6 15.5
Franklin s s s 21 23,287 30.1 25.2
Fulton s s s 24 28,084 28.5 20.0
Greene 9 10 9 28 23,575 39.6 25.5
Hamilton s s s s 2,414 s s
Montgomery s s s 21 25,677 27.3 17.9
Otsego 6 8 13 27 32,237 27.9 21.7
Rensselaer 22 15 16 53 80,704 21.9 17.5
Saratoga 31 35 34 100 111,054 30.0 24.2
Schenectady 25 24 30 79 79,643 33.1 25.1
Schoharie s s s 11 16,399 22.4 17.3
Warren 8 10 17 35 33,650 34.7 24.4
Washington 7 14 6 27 30,402 29.6 21.0
Region Total 187 213 231 631 758,712 27.7 20.8
Reg- 6 Hudson Valley
Dutchess 44 53 35 132 149,011 29.5 24.1
Orange 42 58 53 153 185,990 27.4 25.3
Putnam 13 20 12 45 49,913 30.1 25.3
Rockland 41 36 34 111 157,508 23.5 19.3
Sullivan 17 7 12 36 37,964 31.6 25.2
Ulster 28 19 32 79 91,798 28.7 22.0
Westchester 137 151 117 405 489,906 27.6 20.8
Region Total 322 344 295 961 1,162,092 27.6 22.0
Reg- 7 New York City
Bronx 170 182 180 532 730,644 24.3 23.8
Kings 310 318 327 955 1,314,066 24.2 22.3
New York 235 224 198 657 840,820 26.0 21.8
Queens 241 260 236 737 1,143,211 21.5 18.0
Richmond 81 62 72 215 240,363 29.8 25.1
Region Total 1,037 1,046 1,013 3,096 4,269,104 24.2 21.4
Reg- 8 Nassau-Suffolk
Nassau 207 185 207 599 688,270 29.0 20.9
Suffolk 212 203 227 642 755,605 28.3 22.7
Region Total 419 388 434 1,241 1,443,875 28.6 21.8
New York State 2,639 2,654 2,666 7,959 9,964,428 26.6 21.6

*: Fewer than 10 events in the numerator, therefore the rate is unstable

s: Data do not meet reporting criteria

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