Colon and rectum 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 population Crude Adjusted
Region/County 2008 2009 2010 Total 2008-2010 Rate Rate
Reg- 1 Western New York
Allegany 13 8 15 36 49,032 24.5 19.8
Cattaraugus 20 16 20 56 80,501 23.2 18.3
Chautauqua 24 19 21 64 135,080 15.8 11.7
Erie 174 188 176 538 919,552 19.5 14.8
Genesee 9 7 15 31 59,969 17.2 12.8
Niagara 38 48 47 133 216,126 20.5 15.9
Orleans s s s 25 43,030 19.4 17.5
Wyoming s s s 22 42,218 17.4 15.4
Region Total 293 305 307 905 1,545,508 19.5 15.0
Reg- 2 Finger Lakes
Chemung 22 21 10 53 88,727 19.9 14.9
Livingston 14 8 12 34 65,469 17.3 14.8
Monroe 137 124 118 379 743,013 17.0 14.5
Ontario 21 14 18 53 107,204 16.5 13.2
Schuyler s s s 13 18,460 23.5 17.1
Seneca s s s 16 35,287 15.1 12.0
Steuben 21 20 21 62 98,871 20.9 16.9
Wayne 9 18 20 47 93,722 16.7 14.6
Yates s s s 14 25,341 18.4 14.0
Region Total 246 215 210 671 1,276,093 17.5 14.7
Reg- 3 Central New York
Cayuga 21 8 14 43 80,217 17.9 13.6
Cortland 7 8 8 23 49,406 15.5 14.2
Herkimer 15 10 11 36 64,422 18.6 13.6
Jefferson 22 22 17 61 115,579 17.6 18.6
Lewis 7 6 6 19 27,009 23.4 20.1
Madison 9 17 13 39 73,236 17.8 15.4
Oneida 62 48 44 154 234,657 21.9 16.6
Onondaga 85 70 77 232 465,453 16.6 14.0
Oswego 20 20 21 61 122,196 16.6 16.0
St. Lawrence 19 17 22 58 111,923 17.3 15.7
Tompkins 16 18 14 48 101,178 15.8 16.7
Region Total 283 244 247 774 1,445,275 17.9 15.4
Reg- 4 New York-Penn
Broome 39 48 37 124 200,777 20.6 14.9
Chenango 10 8 11 29 50,787 19.0 14.6
Tioga 10 6 7 23 51,276 15.0 12.2
Region Total 59 62 55 176 302,841 19.4 14.4
Reg- 5 Northeastern New York
Albany 63 51 51 165 304,120 18.1 15.1
Clinton 14 15 20 49 82,275 19.9 19.1
Columbia 12 15 23 50 63,099 26.4 18.6
Delaware 11 6 16 33 48,129 22.9 15.1
Essex 7 16 8 31 39,410 26.2 18.1
Franklin 16 10 11 37 51,741 23.8 22.1
Fulton 16 18 12 46 55,538 27.6 21.0
Greene 14 7 11 32 49,333 21.6 16.4
Hamilton s s s s 4,862 s s
Montgomery 8 12 11 31 50,071 20.6 14.4
Otsego 15 11 12 38 62,356 20.3 15.9
Rensselaer 24 27 30 81 159,209 17.0 14.7
Saratoga 34 31 27 92 218,641 14.0 12.4
Schenectady 32 33 35 100 154,114 21.6 16.8
Schoharie s s s 12 32,786 12.2 10.0
Warren 22 10 17 49 65,755 24.8 18.8
Washington 12 13 13 38 63,217 20.0 15.7
Region Total 304 281 300 885 1,504,654 19.6 15.9
Reg- 6 Hudson Valley
Dutchess 56 58 47 161 296,964 18.1 16.7
Orange 46 47 56 149 371,944 13.4 14.4
Putnam 13 11 16 40 99,640 13.4 13.3
Rockland 37 43 42 122 308,862 13.2 12.2
Sullivan 17 12 9 38 77,624 16.3 13.9
Ulster 30 33 47 110 182,762 20.1 16.3
Westchester 166 162 158 486 943,978 17.2 13.9
Region Total 365 366 375 1,106 2,281,773 16.2 14.3
Reg- 7 New York City
Bronx 229 222 213 664 1,375,636 16.1 18.3
Kings 431 408 415 1,254 2,485,542 16.8 17.4
New York 272 235 229 736 1,585,978 15.5 14.2
Queens 323 363 369 1,055 2,214,895 15.9 14.7
Richmond 94 84 88 266 466,686 19.0 18.2
Region Total 1,349 1,312 1,314 3,975 8,128,737 16.3 16.1
Reg- 8 Nassau-Suffolk
Nassau 248 236 210 694 1,332,750 17.4 13.4
Suffolk 251 297 259 807 1,487,271 18.1 16.4
Region Total 499 533 469 1,501 2,820,021 17.7 14.9
New York State 3,398 3,318 3,277 9,993 19,304,903 17.3 15.4

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