Regional/Distant Stage Cervical Cancer Incidence by Year, All Races, New York City, 1976-2015

Source: New York State Cancer Registry

Year of Diagnosis Cases Rate per 100,000 Females 95% CI
1976 250 6.3 5.5-7.1
1977 252 6.5 5.7-7.3
1978 225 6.1 5.3-7.0
1979 237 6.1 5.4-7.0
1980 220 5.8 5.1-6.7
1981 232 6.1 5.3-6.9
1982 244 6.5 5.7-7.4
1983 198 5.1 4.4-5.8
1984 202 5.4 4.6-6.2
1985 193 4.9 4.2-5.6
1986 209 5.4 4.7-6.2
1987 231 5.9 5.1-6.7
1988 209 5.4 4.7-6.2
1989 200 5.0 4.3-5.7
1990 233 6.0 5.2-6.8
1991 218 5.7 5.0-6.6
1992 225 5.6 4.9-6.4
1993 218 5.6 4.9-6.4
1994 257 6.4 5.6-7.2
1995 224 5.6 4.9-6.3
1996 235 5.8 5.1-6.6
1997 228 5.5 4.8-6.3
1998 204 4.9 4.2-5.6
1999 208 4.9 4.3-5.6
2000 214 5.0 4.4-5.7
2001 201 4.6 4.0-5.3
2002 204 4.7 4.0-5.4
2003 203 4.6 4.0-5.3
2004 212 4.8 4.1-5.4
2005 225 5.1 4.4-5.8
2006 229 5.1 4.4-5.8
2007 221 4.9 4.3-5.6
2008 215 4.7 4.1-5.4
2009 228 5.0 4.4-5.7
2010 212 4.7 4.1-5.4
2011 221 4.8 4.2-5.4
2012 225 4.7 4.1-5.4
2013 212 4.3 3.8-5.0
2014 232 4.9 4.3-5.6
2015 220 4.5 3.9-5.1

Notes

  • Incidence data are provisional, November 2017.
  • Rates are per 100,000 persons, age-adjusted to the 2000 US standard population, with 95% confidence intervals.
  • Rates based on fewer than 20 cases per year are unstable and should be used with caution.
  • Regional/distant stage indicates disease has spreaded beyond the limits of the organ of origin at diagnosis.