Childhood and Adolescent Cancer Incidence by NYC Neighborhood, 0-19 Years Old, 2010-2014

Source: New York State Cancer Registry

Borough/Neighborhood Average Annual Cases Rate per 1,000,000 95% CI (+/-)
New York State 998.8 204.5 5.7
New York City 394.0 195.1 8.6
Bronx
All of Bronx 83.2 200.6 19.3
Riverdale, Fieldston & Kingsbridge 6.0 242.2 87.3
Wakefield, Williamsbridge & Woodlawn 6.4 161.3 55.9
Co-op City, Pelham Bay & Schuylerville 7.8 306.2 96.3
Pelham Parkway, Morris Park & Laconia 7.8 241.3 75.8
Belmont, Crotona Park East & East Tremont 9.4 164.2 47.0
Bedford Park, Fordham North & Norwood 8.8 227.2 67.4
Morris Heights, Fordham South & Mount Hope 9.4 210.0 60.2
Concourse, Highbridge & Mount Eden 9.4 203.7 58.5
Castle Hill, Clason Point & Parkchester 9.6 177.3 50.2
Hunts Point, Longwood & Melrose 8.4 163.8 49.7
Kings
All of Kings (Brooklyn) 125.2 186.4 14.7
Greenpoint & Williamsburg 6.6 178.8 62.1
Bushwick 6.0 165.0 59.2
Bedford-Stuyvesant 7.2 170.1 55.9
Brooklyn Heights & Fort Greene 6.0 255.8 94.2
Park Slope, Carroll Gardens & Red Hook 3.4 154.3 79.3
Crown Heights North & Prospect Heights 5.8 189.4 69.2
Brownsville & Ocean Hill 5.2 128.9 49.6
East New York & Starrett City 6.6 133.2 45.5
Canarsie & Flatlands 7.4 139.4 44.9
East Flatbush, Farragut & Rugby 5.6 159.5 59.1
Crown Heights So., Prospect Lefferts & Wingate 4.2 153.2 65.8
Sunset Park & Windsor Terrace 10.2 253.0 70.8
Bay Ridge & Dyker Heights 7.6 288.4 92.4
Borough Park, Kensington & Ocean Parkway 12.4 196.4 50.2
Flatbush & Midwood 8.6 192.7 57.8
Sheepshead Bay, Gerritsen Beach & Homecrest 9.8 280.2 78.8
Bensonhurst & Bath Beach 8.2 201.1 61.7
Brighton Beach & Coney Island 4.4 173.2 72.5
New York
All of New York (Manhattan) 64.4 220.5 24.4
Washington Heights, Inwood & Marble Hill 9.6 202.7 57.7
Hamilton Heights, Manhattanville & West Harlem 5.2 197.4 76.9
Central Harlem 5.8 186.6 68.1
East Harlem 6.6 207.4 71.0
Upper East Side 12.0 374.2 100.4
Upper West Side & West Side 6.8 193.7 68.6
Chelsea, Clinton & Midtown Business District 5.2 358.7 144.8
Murray Hill, Gramercy & Stuyvesant Town 4.4 288.5 127.5
Chinatown & Lower East Side 3.8 125.3 57.1
Battery Park City, Greenwich Village & Soho 5.0 196.1 81.0
Queens
All of Queens 96.2 183.8 16.5
Astoria & Long Island City 7.0 217.2 72.3
Jackson Heights & North Corona 8.4 179.7 54.9
Flushing, Murray Hill & Whitestone 8.0 166.8 51.8
Bayside, Douglaston & Little Neck 5.8 234.9 85.5
Queens Village, Cambria Heights & Rosedale 7.0 151.1 50.1
Briarwood, Fresh Meadows & Hillcrest 7.8 201.7 63.8
Elmhurst & South Corona 6.4 180.6 63.3
Forest Hills & Rego Park 3.8 196.3 90.1
Sunnyside & Woodside 4.6 170.2 70.4
Ridgewood, Glendale & Middle Village 6.2 151.7 53.6
Richmond Hill & Woodhaven 7.2 187.9 61.4
Jamaica, Hollis & St. Albans 10.4 171.0 46.5
Howard Beach & Ozone Park 7.0 222.8 73.9
Far Rockaway, Breezy Point & Broad Channel 6.4 187.9 65.3
Richmond
All of Richmond (Staten Island) 25.0 209.4 36.7
Tottenville, Great Kills & Annadale 9.2 236.3 68.3
New Springville & South Beach 6.6 212.7 72.6
Port Richmond, Stapleton & Mariner's Harbor 9.2 185.6 53.6

Notes

  • Incidence data are provisional, November 2016.
  • 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.
  • NYC neighborhoods were defined in terms of Public Use Microdata Areas (PUMAs). PUMAs approximate NYC Community Districts (CDs).
  • For more information about PUMAs, please refer to http://www1.nyc.gov/site/planning/data-maps/nyc-population/geographic-reference.page.