Childhood and Adolescent Cancer Incidence by County, 0-19 Years Old, 2014-2018

Source: New York State Cancer Registry

Region/County Average Annual Cases Rate per 1,000,000 95% CI
New York State 1013.0 215.6 209.7-221.7
New York City 433.6 221.6 212.3-231.1
New York State Excl New York City 578.8 211.5 203.9-219.4
Bronx 88.8 220.8 200.7-242.4
Kings (Brooklyn) 141.8 217.9 202.0-234.7
New York (Manhattan) 66.0 238.8 213.4-266.3
Queens 106.0 207.6 190.2-226.2
Richmond (Staten Island) 31.0 269.0 228.4-314.9
Albany 12.0 164.7 125.1-213.1
Allegany 2.8 225.8 121.2-385.1
Broome 10.2 210.0 155.7-277.6
Cattaraugus 3.0 152.8 85.4-252.4
Cayuga 3.2 188.1 107.5-305.6
Chautauqua 8.6 281.7 203.5-379.9
Chemung 5.0 243.0 157.2-358.9
Chenango 1.8 158.5 72.4-301.8
Clinton 1.8 108.4 49.4-205.7
Columbia 2.2 181.8 90.5-326.8
Cortland 1.6 140.4 59.2-280.4
Delaware 2.8 325.8 176.6-548.3
Dutchess 14.8 215.3 168.3-271.6
Erie 45.2 209.1 182.7-238.3
Essex 1.8 252.3 114.9-481.8
Franklin 1.8 160.2 73.2-305.1
Fulton 3.0 249.1 139.3-411.4
Genesee 3.4 255.7 148.7-410.1
Greene 2.2 219.6 108.8-398.6
Hamilton 0.4 581.5 68.1-2140.6
Herkimer 3.6 240.9 142.6-382.0
Jefferson 6.2 211.5 143.1-300.5
Lewis 1.8 266.7 121.9-505.9
Livingston 2.0 148.0 69.8-275.3
Madison 2.6 137.2 71.2-241.0
Monroe 30.0 163.4 138.2-191.9
Montgomery 4.2 339.3 210.0-518.6
Nassau 80.0 241.1 218.0-266.0
Niagara 13.0 267.7 206.5-341.5
Oneida 10.4 184.9 138.1-242.7
Onondaga 22.4 190.3 156.6-229.3
Ontario 3.8 149.4 89.8-234.2
Orange 21.0 191.8 156.8-232.2
Orleans 2.6 281.9 149.8-483.4
Oswego 5.8 195.7 130.7-282.0
Otsego 2.8 225.6 120.4-384.9
Putnam 4.4 193.7 120.7-295.5
Rensselaer 8.2 221.3 158.6-300.8
Rockland 23.8 241.7 200.2-289.3
St. Lawrence 4.4 162.3 101.0-247.2
Saratoga 12.0 227.0 173.1-292.6
Schenectady 5.6 147.6 98.0-213.4
Schoharie 0.6 78.0 14.9-245.8
Schuyler 1.4 369.5 148.4-762.6
Seneca 1.6 206.5 89.1-407.5
Steuben 2.6 111.5 59.4-191.0
Suffolk 90.4 247.2 224.8-271.1
Sullivan 2.8 157.2 86.0-264.1
Tioga 2.8 247.2 134.9-415.7
Tompkins 2.2 77.9 35.0-152.4
Ulster 8.2 215.4 154.2-293.2
Warren 3.4 256.8 149.5-412.2
Washington 2.6 194.9 103.7-334.3
Wayne 4.2 194.4 120.3-297.5
Westchester 55.2 226.5 200.5-254.9
Wyoming 1.4 167.9 67.4-346.1
Yates 1.2 196.9 72.2-425.8

Notes

  • Incidence data are provisional, November 2020.
  • 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.