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Table 1.23

U.S. Complete Prevalence Counts, Invasive Cancers Only, January 1, 2011a

By Age at Prevalence

Site Sex Age at Prevalence
All Agesc Ages
0-9
Ages
10-19
Ages
20-29
Ages
30-39
Ages
40-49
Ages
50-59
Ages
60-69
Ages
70+
All Sites Males 6,271,036 19,001 41,846 85,407 155,919 356,211 883,826 1,658,545 3,070,283
Females 7,126,123 16,447 36,376 88,223 226,162 638,879 1,316,044 1,758,236 3,045,756
Oral Cavity & Pharynx Males 186,491 62 423 1,548 3,544 14,256 45,288 58,097 63,273
Females 95,100 90 522 1,483 3,689 8,554 18,160 23,692 38,911
Esophagus Males 26,909 0 0 22 144 1,109 4,697 9,747 11,190
Females 7,642 0 0 11 11 240 1,378 1,832 4,170
Stomach Males 42,127 0 29 62 603 2,502 7,119 11,218 20,593
Females 31,908 4 23 154 618 2,252 4,650 6,664 17,543
Colon & Rectum Males 575,457 11 69 1,276 5,758 25,233 82,732 139,236 321,141
Females 586,969 0 67 1,472 5,551 23,983 70,097 112,784 373,015
Liver & Intrahepatic Bile Duct Males 32,389 556 508 616 547 1,590 10,492 11,364 6,716
Females 13,553 396 521 359 403 889 3,016 3,463 4,506
Pancreas Males 20,801 23 12 130 276 1,653 4,466 6,626 7,615
Females 22,737 0 62 212 431 1,446 3,801 6,179 10,604
Larynx Males 71,999 0 0 90 219 1,822 10,381 21,280 38,207
Females 17,266 0 0 36 135 841 3,336 4,868 8,051
Lung & Bronchus Males 183,215 45 110 405 1,195 5,366 24,255 54,762 97,077
Females 219,111 23 71 367 1,387 7,548 29,898 59,021 120,797
Melanoma of the Skin Males 471,220 56 594 5,039 17,738 46,603 97,543 130,762 172,885
Females 489,011 68 878 10,864 34,091 73,459 115,119 113,905 140,628
Breast Males 14,871 0 0 22 112 591 1,838 4,277 8,030
Females 2,899,726 0 47 2,669 35,679 215,380 550,120 795,921 1,299,910
Cervix Females 249,632 0 57 2,142 15,934 41,969 59,700 57,440 72,389
Corpus & Uterus, NOS Females 610,804 12 12 581 5,712 25,316 89,564 165,807 323,801
Ovaryd Females 188,867 45 1,063 3,475 6,807 18,458 41,719 49,281 68,021
Prostate Males 2,707,821 34 47 113 332 20,758 235,407 776,168 1,674,962
Urinary Bladder Males 425,722 57 88 567 2,476 10,749 43,060 102,624 266,102
Females 145,796 56 46 219 1,015 4,094 13,710 30,955 95,700
Kidney & Renal Pelvis Males 212,703 1,458 2,458 2,630 5,254 18,386 41,683 61,520 79,315
Females 145,900 1,374 2,649 2,922 4,870 12,287 25,458 35,857 60,483
Hodgkin Lymphoma Males 96,100 186 2,493 9,242 16,547 23,764 22,436 14,185 7,247
Females 89,693 67 2,083 9,407 16,399 23,306 19,845 11,219 7,368
Non-Hodgkin Lymphoma Males 278,836 842 3,598 7,821 13,627 29,722 54,887 71,106 97,233
Females 252,083 519 1,758 4,663 8,663 21,422 42,382 60,220 112,455
Myeloma Males 45,388 0 6 99 490 3,274 8,260 14,917 18,342
Females 37,979 0 0 28 312 2,325 6,791 11,124 17,399
Leukemia Males 170,969 6,686 13,047 12,524 11,179 14,206 23,300 35,001 55,027
Females 131,831 5,729 10,353 11,342 9,836 10,094 15,793 22,736 45,948
Acute Lymphocytic Leukemia Males 39,514 5,599 11,159 9,649 6,330 3,974 1,505 836 463
Females 32,723 4,763 8,785 8,138 5,414 3,188 1,137 816 483

Footnotes:

a U.S. 2011 cancer prevalence counts are based on 2011 cancer prevalence proportions from the SEER 9 registries (San Francisco, Connecticut, Detroit, Hawaii, Iowa, New Mexico, Seattle, Utah, and Atlanta) and 1/1/2011 U.S. population estimates based on the average of 2010 and 2011 population estimates from the U.S. Bureau of the Census. Prevalence was calculated using the First Malignant Primary Only for a person.

b Cases diagnosed more than 36 years ago were estimated using the completeness index method (Capocaccia et. al. 1997, Merrill et. al. 2000).

c Due to rounding, the sum of the age specific estimates may not equal the all ages estimate.

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