Prostate 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

(Click on a county name for trend graph data)

  Deaths Average male population Crude Adjusted
Region/County 2008 2009 2010 Total 2008-2010 Rate Rate
Reg- 1 Western New York
Allegany s s s 13 24,753 17.5 18.4
Cattaraugus s s s 28 39,759 23.5 22.9
Chautauqua 10 18 17 45 66,530 22.5 20.2
Erie 108 92 96 296 442,938 22.3 21.2
Genesee 6 7 6 19 29,682 21.3 21.4
Niagara 24 18 24 66 104,829 21.0 19.0
Orleans s s s s 21,331 s s
Wyoming s s s 13 22,989 18.8 26.7
Region Total 175 149 159 483 752,811 21.4 20.4
Reg- 2 Finger Lakes
Chemung 15 9 12 36 44,152 27.2 25.6
Livingston s s s 16 32,848 16.2 20.0
Monroe 67 58 62 187 358,449 17.4 18.2
Ontario 11 12 13 36 52,390 22.9 22.7
Schuyler s s s 6 9,177 21.8* 25.3*
Seneca s s s 9 18,453 16.3* 16.7*
Steuben 12 9 7 28 49,005 19.0 18.6
Wayne 10 10 8 28 46,535 20.1 23.1
Yates s s s s 12,298 s s
Region Total 126 109 115 350 623,308 18.7 19.3
Reg- 3 Central New York
Cayuga 10 8 6 24 40,877 19.6 20.1
Cortland s s s 10 24,115 13.8 15.9
Herkimer s s s 11 31,503 11.6 9.4
Jefferson s s s 24 59,287 13.5 18.9
Lewis s s s 6 13,591 14.7* 12.7*
Madison s s s 20 35,961 18.5 21.1
Oneida 33 18 25 76 116,922 21.7 19.0
Onondaga 36 39 57 132 224,048 19.6 19.9
Oswego 11 6 14 31 60,864 17.0 22.6
St. Lawrence s s s 25 56,904 14.6 17.2
Tompkins 10 6 12 28 49,862 18.7 25.7
Region Total 138 104 145 387 713,933 18.1 19.1
Reg- 4 New York-Penn
Broome 19 29 22 70 98,362 23.7 21.4
Chenango s s s 10 25,246 13.2 11.0
Tioga s s s 16 25,413 21.0 20.8
Region Total 24 38 34 96 149,021 21.5 19.6
Reg- 5 Northeastern New York
Albany 25 25 31 81 146,883 18.4 19.4
Clinton s s s 17 42,197 13.4 17.2
Columbia 6 8 7 21 31,765 22.0 18.6
Delaware s s s 13 24,170 17.9 13.4
Essex s s s 7 20,433 11.4* 9.3*
Franklin s s s 9 28,453 10.5* 13.6*
Fulton s s s 16 27,453 19.4 19.0
Greene s s s 21 25,758 27.2 25.4
Hamilton s s s 6 2,448 81.7* 59.1*
Montgomery s s s 10 24,394 13.7 11.2
Otsego s s s 21 30,119 23.2 20.7
Rensselaer 14 9 19 42 78,504 17.8 19.7
Saratoga 16 12 22 50 107,587 15.5 17.8
Schenectady 14 19 16 49 74,471 21.9 20.0
Schoharie s s s 12 16,387 24.4 22.5
Warren s s s 16 32,105 16.6 15.3
Washington 8 9 6 23 32,815 23.4 25.9
Region Total 132 134 148 414 745,942 18.5 18.6
Reg- 6 Hudson Valley
Dutchess 26 31 30 87 147,953 19.6 22.5
Orange 32 28 18 78 185,953 14.0 20.8
Putnam s s s 17 49,727 11.4 16.2
Rockland 15 14 18 47 151,354 10.4 11.6
Sullivan 9 9 9 27 39,660 22.7 26.6
Ulster 21 18 21 60 90,963 22.0 22.6
Westchester 98 104 104 306 454,071 22.5 22.6
Region Total 204 211 207 622 1,119,681 18.5 20.8
Reg- 7 New York City
Bronx 134 125 125 384 644,992 19.8 31.6
Kings 190 208 219 617 1,171,477 17.6 23.4
New York 140 190 160 490 745,158 21.9 25.7
Queens 165 170 195 530 1,071,683 16.5 19.9
Richmond 37 24 37 98 226,323 14.4 18.5
Region Total 666 717 736 2,119 3,859,633 18.3 23.7
Reg- 8 Nassau-Suffolk
Nassau 125 130 137 392 644,480 20.3 18.5
Suffolk 135 123 126 384 731,665 17.5 20.3
Region Total 260 253 263 776 1,376,145 18.8 19.3
New York State 1,725 1,715 1,807 5,247 9,340,475 18.7 21.1

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

s: Data do not meet reporting criteria

Please Note

Some documents on this page are saved in the Portable Document Format (PDF). If it's not already on your computer, you'll need to download the latest free version of Adobe Reader.