Lip, oral cavity and pharynx cancer incidence 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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  Cases Average population Crude Adjusted
Region/County 2008 2009 2010 Total 2008-2010 Rate Rate
Reg- 1 Western New York
Allegany s s s 27 49,032 18.4 16.0
Cattaraugus 14 12 18 44 80,501 18.2 14.7
Chautauqua 21 13 29 63 135,080 15.5 12.1
Erie 127 140 142 409 919,552 14.8 12.0
Genesee 8 11 12 31 59,969 17.2 13.3
Niagara 32 43 30 105 216,126 16.2 12.4
Orleans s s s 8 43,030 6.2* 4.6*
Wyoming s s s 23 42,218 18.2 15.8
Region Total 227 232 251 710 1,545,508 15.3 12.3
Reg- 2 Finger Lakes
Chemung 13 11 21 45 88,727 16.9 13.1
Livingston s s s 22 65,469 11.2 9.7
Monroe 90 103 94 287 743,013 12.9 11.0
Ontario 14 21 20 55 107,204 17.1 13.9
Schuyler s s s 11 18,460 19.9 15.7
Seneca s s s 13 35,287 12.3 9.4
Steuben 20 8 14 42 98,871 14.2 11.6
Wayne 10 8 10 28 93,722 10.0 7.6
Yates s s s 8 25,341 10.5* 7.5*
Region Total 169 166 176 511 1,276,093 13.3 11.1
Reg- 3 Central New York
Cayuga 12 11 9 32 80,217 13.3 10.2
Cortland s s s 14 49,406 9.4 8.8
Herkimer 8 9 13 30 64,422 15.5 11.7
Jefferson 10 17 16 43 115,579 12.4 12.8
Lewis s s s 13 27,009 16.0 13.1
Madison 8 12 9 29 73,236 13.2 11.1
Oneida 34 26 33 93 234,657 13.2 11.0
Onondaga 69 60 66 195 465,453 14.0 12.2
Oswego 21 20 17 58 122,196 15.8 14.3
St. Lawrence 18 17 14 49 111,923 14.6 12.7
Tompkins 9 13 7 29 101,178 9.6 9.6
Region Total 196 192 197 585 1,445,275 13.5 11.8
Reg- 4 New York-Penn
Broome 23 37 33 93 200,777 15.4 12.6
Chenango s s s 23 50,787 15.1 12.4
Tioga s s s 16 51,276 10.4 8.3
Region Total 36 49 47 132 302,841 14.5 11.8
Reg- 5 Northeastern New York
Albany 35 56 47 138 304,120 15.1 12.9
Clinton 10 8 9 27 82,275 10.9 10.2
Columbia 8 12 12 32 63,099 16.9 11.9
Delaware 8 7 6 21 48,129 14.5 10.5
Essex s s s 12 39,410 10.1 7.7
Franklin s s s 22 51,741 14.2 11.8
Fulton 9 10 8 27 55,538 16.2 12.7
Greene s s s 28 49,333 18.9 14.2
Hamilton s s s s 4,862 s s
Montgomery s s s 22 50,071 14.6 12.4
Otsego s s s 32 62,356 17.1 14.1
Rensselaer 20 18 25 63 159,209 13.2 11.4
Saratoga 32 38 29 99 218,641 15.1 13.2
Schenectady 15 24 21 60 154,114 13.0 10.8
Schoharie s s s 18 32,786 18.3 15.2
Warren 17 11 15 43 65,755 21.8 16.8
Washington 7 8 12 27 63,217 14.2 11.5
Region Total 199 250 225 674 1,504,654 14.9 12.2
Reg- 6 Hudson Valley
Dutchess 25 37 30 92 296,964 10.3 9.0
Orange 38 34 51 123 371,944 11.0 11.3
Putnam 13 7 9 29 99,640 9.7 7.6
Rockland 23 29 24 76 308,862 8.2 7.3
Sullivan 8 10 11 29 77,624 12.5 9.7
Ulster 25 22 27 74 182,762 13.5 10.8
Westchester 116 97 120 333 943,978 11.8 9.9
Region Total 248 236 272 756 2,281,773 11.0 9.6
Reg- 7 New York City
Bronx 126 153 109 388 1,375,636 9.4 10.1
Kings 215 224 234 673 2,485,542 9.0 9.1
New York 224 198 191 613 1,585,978 12.9 12.0
Queens 204 222 216 642 2,214,895 9.7 9.0
Richmond 48 34 46 128 466,686 9.1 8.3
Region Total 817 831 796 2,444 8,128,737 10.0 9.8
Reg- 8 Nassau-Suffolk
Nassau 144 158 156 458 1,332,750 11.5 9.2
Suffolk 170 182 174 526 1,487,271 11.8 10.3
Region Total 314 340 330 984 2,820,021 11.6 9.8
New York State 2,209 2,301 2,294 6,804 19,304,903 11.7 10.5

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

s: Data do not meet reporting criteria

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