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TABLE

Average Annual Number of New Invasive Cancer Cases and Age-adjusted


Incidence Rates by County and Gender in Ohio, 2003-20071,2,3
All Sites/Types
Male
Cases

Ohio

Rate

Colon & Rectum

Female
Cases
Rate

Total
Cases

Male
Rate

Cases

Rate

Female
Cases
Rate

Total
Cases

Rate

29,591

548.4

28,545

418.6

58,136

470.0

3,184

60.0

3,186

44.5

6,370

51.1

74

527.5

61

387.4

136

444.2

11

76.3

51.1

19

61.2

Allen

274

528.4

274

427.2

548

466.9

28

54.9

32

46.9

60

50.1

Ashland*

127

473.0

115

358.3

242

404.0

17

65.8

13

37.7

31

50.2

Ashtabula

320

605.5

284

445.4

604

513.6

33

62.4

36

54.2

68

57.5

Athens

130

580.4

112

409.1

242

479.7

13

61.8

12

44.0

26

51.7

Auglaize

119

510.4

121

414.6

240

452.0

16

66.7

15

46.2

31

55.8

Belmont*

233

605.9

217

441.5

450

504.4

32

82.7

28

50.3

60

64.9

Brown*

121

578.3

99

414.1

220

486.6

10

52.3

13

53.9

23

53.4

Butler*

756

525.1

762

421.2

1,518

461.4

83

59.8

86

47.6

169

52.8

Carroll

88

546.3

71

404.3

159

467.2

10

60.1

39.1

17

49.8

Champaign*

103

534.9

95

411.3

198

460.5

10

51.7

13

54.6

23

53.2

Clark*

401

544.1

374

409.7

774

463.4

44

60.7

42

43.2

86

51.0

Clermont

442

564.0

440

453.3

882

497.8

44

57.1

46

48.0

90

52.1

Clinton

110

583.0

106

451.4

215

503.5

10

55.6

11

44.5

21

49.7

Columbiana

340

579.7

291

411.7

631

480.6

41

71.4

38

50.6

80

59.3

Coshocton*

101

545.2

96

420.5

198

470.6

12

65.5

13

51.8

25

58.8

Crawford*

126

520.1

116

388.9

242

440.9

13

53.8

16

47.6

29

50.3

Cuyahoga*

3,731

567.6

3,768

425.3

7,499

480.7

389

59.2

406

42.9

795

49.6

140

497.6

115

340.6

255

406.3

14

49.4

15

40.3

29

44.6

Defiance*

95

479.8

85

362.8

180

410.0

45.9

37.0

18

41.2

Delaware

308

592.8

289

447.7

597

507.8

30

62.1

24

38.8

54

48.7

Erie

263

569.1

238

463.1

502

507.6

32

70.5

28

51.0

61

60.1

Fairfield*

312

521.8

306

422.9

618

462.9

33

57.3

37

50.1

70

53.5

Adams*

Darke*

Fayette*

77

530.0

67

388.6

144

447.6

65.0

52.3

19

57.6

2,277

562.1

2,392

438.4

4,669

485.0

221

56.8

225

41.7

446

47.9

94

467.3

99

401.9

193

426.8

45.9

13

48.2

21

47.0

Gallia*

86

543.1

76

401.2

162

459.9

10

63.2

34.7

17

47.0

Geauga

246

492.5

228

403.2

474

441.5

24

50.5

22

38.9

47

44.1

Greene

369

516.9

368

424.4

737

460.9

39

56.9

43

48.3

82

51.9

Guernsey*

116

545.2

115

455.9

231

490.7

17

76.8

12

45.5

29

60.1

Hamilton*

2,017

527.3

2,093

404.5

4,110

451.0

215

57.2

234

42.6

449

48.5

178

518.5

169

388.7

347

441.7

15

43.8

19

41.4

33

42.1

Franklin*
Fulton

Hancock
Hardin*

83

581.7

69

392.5

153

469.7

10

70.4

44.2

18

55.5

Harrison*

55

571.1

43

392.6

98

468.8

85.4

50.9

14

66.2

Henry*

69

480.1

64

364.5

133

409.3

59.6

29.6

14

42.4

Highland*

111

540.7

95

388.0

207

454.2

14

66.3

13

49.1

27

57.4

Hocking*

75

485.1

72

450.5

147

465.0

10

62.0

44.9

17

54.4

Holmes*

60

370.9

58

309.2

118

336.2

10

64.3

10

53.6

21

59.1

Huron*

144

525.4

133

394.1

277

448.1

20

74.5

16

43.7

36

57.8

83

527.9

86

431.3

169

467.7

11

66.8

10

47.6

20

55.4

Jefferson*

257

608.5

229

441.3

486

508.1

29

67.3

32

56.6

61

61.6

Knox

150

536.4

148

436.4

298

474.0

19

68.3

20

57.7

39

61.8

Lake*

661

548.2

625

417.2

1,286

470.3

71

60.4

66

41.5

137

49.8

Jackson*

1 Source: Ohio Cancer Incidence Surveillance System, Ohio Department of Health, 2010.
2 Average annual rate per 100,000, age-adjusted to the 2000 US standard population.
3 Expected incidence rates generated to calculate completeness were estimated based on the Surveillance,Epidemiology, and End Results (SEER) Program national background cancer incidence to
mortality ratio for 2003-2007, National Cancer Institute, 2010.
* Data for this county did not meet the standard of 95% complete for all sites/types combined in 2003-2007. See page 9 for more information.

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TABLE

cont.

Average Annual Number of New Invasive Cancer Cases and Age-adjusted


Incidence Rates by County and Gender in Ohio, 2003-20071,2,3
Lung & Bronchus
Male
Cases

Ohio

Breast

Female
Rate

Cases

Total
Rate

Cases

Prostate

Female
Rate

Cases

Male
Rate

Cases

Rate

5,142

96.3

4,152

59.8

9,295

75.0

8,073

119.9

7,961

145.5

Adams*

16

109.8

46.0

23

74.6

16

102.8

17

124.1

Allen

52

100.9

37

56.8

89

75.3

79

127.1

70

133.3

Ashland*

23

86.1

13

39.7

36

60.3

34

109.5

34

124.9

Ashtabula

53

100.4

41

63.3

94

79.7

69

109.3

100

187.5

Athens

23

104.5

17

58.8

40

78.8

28

102.8

39

172.0

Auglaize

21

89.1

14

48.8

35

65.5

34

117.4

25

106.1

Belmont*

40

104.5

28

54.6

68

74.9

66

137.8

63

160.3

Brown*

25

118.7

16

66.3

41

89.9

27

110.9

31

145.2

Butler*

142

102.2

116

64.5

258

79.9

218

120.0

197

131.4

Carroll

17

107.1

11

58.4

28

80.6

19

111.3

24

147.4

Champaign*

19

97.3

14

61.2

33

76.6

26

110.9

24

126.5

Clark*

79

109.4

60

62.2

139

81.8

105

118.7

100

129.5

Clermont

94

123.8

85

89.4

179

104.1

126

126.5

111

140.6

Clinton

19

101.1

17

70.8

36

83.6

28

119.6

27

143.6

Columbiana

63

108.1

39

54.3

103

77.1

75

107.8

87

146.0

Coshocton*

20

108.1

14

58.1

34

79.1

23

97.6

21

112.2

Crawford*

20

81.1

16

51.1

36

64.1

32

111.2

36

143.6

Cuyahoga*

607

92.4

540

59.2

1,147

72.6

1,045

121.2

1,040

157.3

Darke*

22

77.2

12

32.4

33

52.5

35

109.0

37

131.8

Defiance*

20

100.6

13

56.4

33

75.9

22

94.0

25

123.1

Delaware

45

95.5

31

53.8

76

71.6

99

148.1

92

171.4

Erie

48

103.1

34

63.8

83

81.2

70

140.7

73

150.6

Fairfield*

54

93.9

45

62.9

99

75.7

94

128.1

82

132.7

Fayette*

16

105.6

42.4

23

70.3

17

98.2

18

118.2

Franklin*

386

101.6

354

67.3

740

80.9

710

128.8

652

161.0

14

71.5

11

43.7

25

55.7

28

114.7

23

112.6

Gallia*

20

123.7

13

64.3

33

89.7

18

95.3

19

112.9

Geauga

32

63.4

27

47.0

59

54.3

73

129.9

81

154.8

Greene

59

83.1

47

53.0

106

66.7

120

139.5

100

133.1

Guernsey*

22

104.9

15

55.8

37

76.9

36

143.4

24

109.0

Hamilton*

344

90.9

337

64.0

680

74.8

605

119.1

593

154.1

32

93.8

19

42.5

51

64.1

55

129.3

47

136.6

Fulton

Hancock
Hardin*

17

121.1

10

53.9

27

83.6

16

90.3

22

147.5

Harrison*

12

121.6

56.5

18

86.3

85.6

14

141.5

Henry*

11

72.1

37.6

17

52.7

14

80.9

15

103.3

Highland*

23

109.9

13

54.6

36

78.8

25

100.0

22

106.0

Hocking*

18

114.1

12

71.8

29

90.7

18

113.7

17

108.2

Holmes*

52.2

33.4

14

41.3

16

88.3

12

73.8

Huron*

26

92.9

17

48.9

42

68.0

35

103.9

35

126.8

Jackson*

18

114.8

13

65.0

31

86.3

21

105.8

18

118.3

Jefferson*

46

108.2

36

64.1

82

82.3

56

114.2

66

152.1

Knox

25

90.5

18

51.7

43

67.6

41

125.4

37

127.0

Lake*

113

94.7

94

60.9

207

74.8

176

118.6

179

144.0

1 Source: Ohio Cancer Incidence Surveillance System, Ohio Department of Health, 2010.
2 Average annual rate per 100,000, age-adjusted to the 2000 US standard population.
3 Expected incidence rates generated to calculate completeness were estimated based on the Surveillance,Epidemiology, and End Results (SEER) Program national background cancer incidence to
mortality ratio for 2003-2007, National Cancer Institute, 2010.
* Data for this county did not meet the standard of 95% complete for all sites/types combined in 2003-2007. See page 9 for more information.

Ohio Cancer Incidence & Mortality Data .....

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TABLE

cont.

Average Annual Number of New Invasive Cancer Cases and Age-adjusted


Incidence Rates by County and Gender in Ohio, 2003-20071,2,3
All Sites/Types
Male
Cases

Ohio

Rate

Colon & Rectum

Female
Cases
Rate

Total
Cases

Male
Rate

Cases

Rate

Female
Cases
Rate

Total
Cases

Rate

29,591

548.4

28,545

418.6

58,136

470.0

3,184

60.0

3,186

44.5

6,370

51.1

Lawrence*

163

508.2

185

475.0

348

486.5

22

70.2

21

51.6

43

60.1

Licking

396

558.2

405

467.3

801

502.8

45

65.9

40

46.7

85

54.5

Logan*

129

550.6

116

418.8

245

475.9

14

63.1

12

41.7

27

50.7

Lorain*

781

555.1

718

416.4

1,499

472.7

85

61.5

80

44.6

165

52.0

1,124

569.7

1,089

418.7

2,213

476.3

113

58.8

118

43.1

232

49.4

Lucas*
Madison*

99

523.6

88

414.4

187

453.6

46.4

41.1

18

43.1

Mahoning

836

614.5

739

419.1

1,575

497.6

91

66.1

95

47.7

185

55.4

Marion*

181

559.0

173

444.5

354

488.1

19

61.4

23

56.8

42

58.0

Medina

412

552.0

369

416.5

781

473.9

37

50.1

34

39.3

71

44.3

Meigs*

69

574.7

55

367.3

124

452.8

74.6

54.4

17

63.0

Mercer*

105

506.8

105

445.8

211

463.3

18

88.8

12

47.4

31

65.1

Miami

251

493.5

243

398.2

494

435.7

31

61.1

28

44.2

59

52.0

46

503.3

36

360.7

82

423.5

55.3

47.4

10

52.3

1,455

548.2

1,454

425.0

2,909

473.2

144

54.7

156

42.9

299

48.1

Morgan

47

553.4

35

355.9

82

447.0

57.8

56.3

11

57.1

Morrow*

85

532.5

74

405.9

159

464.4

55.6

46.2

17

50.7

226

539.7

228

431.9

454

472.7

27

64.4

26

46.2

53

53.8

Noble*

39

553.2

33

441.5

72

485.5

70.7

75.2

11

73.3

Ottawa

Monroe*
Montgomery

Muskingum*

147

598.9

129

459.0

277

518.2

18

75.4

12

41.7

30

56.5

Paulding*

48

493.1

46

394.8

94

435.1

49.7

55.6

12

54.0

Perry*

93

572.3

79

410.1

171

479.1

12

73.8

10

48.9

22

61.3

135

533.8

120

431.6

255

471.6

13

53.2

15

52.0

28

52.1

70

518.9

67

419.5

137

458.8

55.7

43.0

14

48.2

Portage*

374

548.0

327

400.7

702

463.0

36

55.8

35

42.2

71

48.5

Preble*

112

515.2

105

411.8

217

455.3

12

55.3

10

38.4

22

46.3

Putnam*

89

537.0

73

370.2

161

434.0

11

69.4

38.1

19

50.6

Richland*

350

522.7

327

408.2

677

454.0

42

63.3

41

48.2

82

54.9

Ross*

193

536.9

182

435.1

375

472.3

21

59.6

20

46.6

41

52.3

Sandusky

172

562.1

169

446.5

342

487.3

21

70.0

18

43.7

39

54.9

Scioto

238

633.7

211

435.6

449

514.5

24

65.1

24

45.6

48

54.2

Seneca

160

571.9

145

418.0

305

479.4

18

64.5

19

49.9

37

56.4

Pickaway*
Pike*

Shelby

117

537.6

103

383.2

220

446.5

15

71.9

16

55.6

31

63.6

Stark

1,080

548.7

968

389.5

2,048

453.6

117

60.0

117

43.7

234

50.6

Summit*

1,423

538.3

1,392

410.2

2,815

460.9

159

60.5

159

44.7

318

51.4

Trumbull

709

589.9

622

417.1

1,331

488.5

73

61.6

73

46.0

146

52.0

Tuscarawas*

236

492.1

225

384.0

461

426.7

28

59.4

27

41.7

55

49.2

Union

93

523.3

98

443.5

191

476.0

10

64.2

12

56.4

22

58.3

Van Wert*

72

479.1

70

374.8

142

417.0

11

73.4

10

47.9

21

59.9

Vinton

38

613.9

35

480.8

73

534.0

89.4

42.6

61.5

Warren

396

530.3

404

441.2

800

474.8

42

58.5

34

38.0

76

46.6

Washington

210

608.6

180

441.4

389

511.7

21

63.5

18

40.8

39

50.7

Wayne*

256

479.2

255

397.4

511

428.8

24

46.0

31

46.5

55

46.1

Williams*
Wood*
Wyandot

96

483.5

98

417.2

194

441.3

10

51.3

10

41.7

21

45.9

255

494.3

246

379.4

501

422.9

30

61.2

26

39.8

57

48.2

59

495.7

62

431.8

121

453.9

69.4

29.0

12

45.0

1 Source: Ohio Cancer Incidence Surveillance System, Ohio Department of Health, 2010.
2 Average annual rate per 100,000, age-adjusted to the 2000 US standard population.
3 Expected incidence rates generated to calculate completeness were estimated based on the Surveillance,Epidemiology, and End Results (SEER) Program national background cancer incidence to
mortality ratio for 2003-2007, National Cancer Institute, 2010.
* Data for this county did not meet the standard of 95% complete for all sites/types combined in 2003-2007. See page 9 for more information.

16 ..... Ohio Cancer Incidence & Mortality Data

TABLE

cont.

Average Annual Number of New Invasive Cancer Cases and Age-adjusted


Incidence Rates by County and Gender in Ohio, 2003-20071,2,3
Lung & Bronchus
Male
Cases

Ohio

Breast

Female
Rate

Cases

Total
Rate

Cases

Prostate

Female
Rate

Cases

Male
Rate

Cases

Rate

5,142

96.3

4,152

59.8

9,295

75.0

8,073

119.9

7,961

Lawrence*

39

119.3

30

73.4

68

93.2

51

131.5

29

90.9

Licking

59

84.3

60

68.1

119

74.8

119

135.3

106

141.5

Logan*

24

100.8

16

56.9

40

76.9

32

118.3

36

149.4

Lorain*

141

101.1

104

59.4

245

77.2

199

114.6

214

151.3

Lucas*

187

96.6

176

66.4

363

78.3

300

117.9

292

147.7

Madison*

20

112.9

14

65.6

34

85.0

24

111.0

25

126.8

Mahoning

129

93.8

102

55.8

230

71.1

214

126.3

254

184.5

Marion*

40

120.4

31

76.4

70

95.9

45

116.8

39

119.6

Medina

58

79.7

45

52.0

102

64.4

110

121.5

118

155.6

Meigs*

15

121.7

10

67.7

25

90.6

12

78.5

13

101.9

Mercer*

18

84.7

12

46.9

29

62.9

29

126.6

22

107.2

Miami

35

70.5

31

49.9

66

58.1

74

121.9

70

131.7

84.4

44.2

13

62.2

94.2

15

152.5

253

96.4

244

68.9

497

79.8

414

123.1

410

151.4

Morgan

12

133.2

37.9

16

81.7

10

103.2

100.5

Morrow*

18

107.8

10

54.7

28

80.2

21

115.4

23

147.8

Muskingum*

47

113.0

36

66.4

84

86.3

56

108.6

46

107.8

Noble*

93.9

61.7

11

75.7

86.5

10

133.9

Ottawa

25

100.8

16

56.3

41

75.2

38

138.5

38

149.9

Paulding*

10

98.4

42.7

15

67.1

12

104.1

12

118.1

Perry*

20

121.6

11

59.0

31

86.7

21

111.8

17

110.7

Pickaway*

30

122.0

18

62.4

48

88.6

35

123.8

28

111.9

Pike*

15

115.1

13

75.6

28

93.1

16

102.6

12

89.1

Portage*

62

92.0

52

63.9

114

75.6

91

111.4

110

158.2

Preble*

21

96.9

14

55.1

35

72.8

34

133.8

26

112.0

Putnam*

12

75.3

37.1

20

53.5

22

115.6

21

125.7

Richland*

63

95.1

43

51.2

106

70.3

96

123.4

92

133.7

Ross*

47

133.0

25

59.2

72

91.0

48

114.8

34

95.1

Sandusky

31

102.0

22

57.0

53

74.6

47

127.4

44

142.2

Scioto

52

136.6

40

79.7

92

103.1

47

99.8

52

135.1

Seneca

29

100.7

19

53.5

48

73.6

40

114.8

45

159.8
145.9

Monroe*
Montgomery

Shelby

145.5

20

91.8

11

40.5

31

63.7

30

114.3

32

Stark

172

88.0

131

50.7

303

66.3

268

110.0

311

154.5

Summit*

252

96.1

199

57.1

451

73.3

404

121.0

360

135.2

Trumbull

117

97.6

95

60.8

212

76.0

174

119.5

197

157.8

Tuscarawas*

38

78.3

25

41.9

64

58.0

62

107.3

70

143.5

Union

16

98.6

14

69.6

30

82.2

27

120.9

26

142.7

Van Wert*

12

77.7

11

56.5

23

65.7

21

113.4

19

123.5

Vinton

148.1

85.5

16

112.1

114.7

154.1

Warren

59

85.0

52

59.5

111

70.2

124

132.3

109

145.0

Washington

40

112.3

26

61.6

66

83.6

45

112.3

56

155.0

Wayne*

48

87.6

29

45.4

77

64.3

66

102.3

59

107.7

Williams*

20

100.0

13

54.6

33

73.9

24

102.9

25

125.5

Wood*

41

79.3

32

49.5

72

62.0

73

112.5

64

123.1

Wyandot

10

81.3

10

61.1

20

71.4

19

135.7

17

141.7

1 Source: Ohio Cancer Incidence Surveillance System, Ohio Department of Health, 2010.
2 Average annual rate per 100,000, age-adjusted to the 2000 US standard population.
3 Expected incidence rates generated to calculate completeness were estimated based on the Surveillance,Epidemiology, and End Results (SEER) Program national background cancer incidence to
mortality ratio for 2003-2007, National Cancer Institute, 2010.
* Data for this county did not meet the standard of 95% complete for all sites/types combined in 2003-2007. See page 9 for more information.

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