Childhood and Adolescent Cancer Incidence by County, 0-19 Years Old, 2011-2015

Source: New York State Cancer Registry

Region/County Average Annual Cases Rate per 1,000,000 95% CI
New York State 1015.6 209.4 203.7-215.3
New York City 413.4 205.1 196.3-214.1
New York State Excl New York City 601.6 212.0 204.5-219.7
Bronx 86.6 209.3 190.0-230.0
Kings (Brooklyn) 134.8 201.3 186.3-217.2
New York (Manhattan) 64.6 222.3 198.3-248.2
Queens 99.6 189.5 173.2-207.0
Richmond (Staten Island) 27.8 234.9 197.5-277.4
Albany 13.4 189.1 146.0-241.1
Allegany 2.2 152.1 74.0-281.4
Broome 8.4 173.0 124.1-235.0
Cattaraugus 3.6 178.8 105.9-282.7
Cayuga 2.6 139.2 74.0-239.2
Chautauqua 10.0 306.8 227.2-405.4
Chemung 4.4 203.3 127.4-308.0
Chenango 1.4 112.9 45.3-234.8
Clinton 3.0 159.8 88.4-266.7
Columbia 2.4 186.0 95.8-326.3
Cortland 1.0 75.8 23.6-184.5
Delaware 2.8 276.1 149.1-467.7
Dutchess 15.6 218.4 171.8-273.8
Erie 44.8 202.0 176.3-230.4
Essex 2.0 272.7 130.5-502.2
Franklin 1.6 133.3 57.4-264.5
Fulton 4.6 355.5 225.2-534.9
Genesee 4.2 297.1 183.6-455.3
Greene 2.0 186.9 88.6-349.6
Hamilton 0.2 223.0 5.6-1349.4
Herkimer 3.6 226.1 133.7-359.1
Jefferson 7.6 244.1 172.0-335.3
Lewis 1.8 257.9 117.9-489.3
Livingston 2.6 173.5 90.6-301.6
Madison 4.8 248.4 156.5-376.1
Monroe 34.6 181.7 155.5-211.1
Montgomery 3.6 288.5 171.0-456.1
Nassau 79.0 231.4 209.1-255.5
Niagara 11.2 222.1 167.7-288.8
Oneida 10.8 189.5 142.3-247.4
Onondaga 21.4 173.6 142.1-210.1
Ontario 5.2 198.2 129.1-291.5
Orange 22.2 200.2 164.7-241.2
Orleans 1.8 177.4 80.7-340.0
Oswego 7.0 233.8 162.5-325.6
Otsego 2.0 154.9 71.8-290.9
Putnam 5.2 209.9 136.3-310.0
Rensselaer 8.8 227.3 164.8-305.9
Rockland 23.6 242.5 200.7-290.4
St. Lawrence 5.6 193.5 127.8-281.5
Saratoga 14.8 273.7 214.8-344.1
Schenectady 7.8 200.9 142.8-274.8
Schoharie 0.6 58.7 12.1-196.6
Schuyler 0.8 204.4 55.3-524.2
Seneca 0.6 73.5 15.1-216.5
Steuben 4.0 158.5 96.8-245.3
Suffolk 90.8 236.6 215.3-259.5
Sullivan 4.0 217.2 132.7-335.7
Tioga 2.8 228.7 124.7-385.3
Tompkins 2.4 84.6 39.9-159.6
Ulster 10.6 268.1 200.3-351.6
Warren 3.4 243.6 141.7-391.0
Washington 3.0 211.1 118.0-349.3
Wayne 4.4 189.2 118.5-287.0
Westchester 54.2 215.1 190.2-242.4
Wyoming 2.2 247.7 123.4-444.4
Yates 2.6 382.7 202.9-657.4

Notes

  • Incidence data are provisional, November 2017.
  • 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.