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Risk of Being Diagnosed With Cancer in 10, 20 and 30 Years,
Lifetime Risk of Being Diagnosed with Cancer Given Alive and Cancer-Free at Current Age, and
Lifetime Risk of Dying from Cancer Given Alive at Current Age
Females, 2013-2015 By Race/Ethnicity
|Current Age||Risk of Being Diagnosed with Cancer||Risk of Dying from Cancer|
|+10 yrs||+20 yrs||+30 yrs||Eventually||Eventually|
Devcan 6.7.6, April 2018, National Cancer Institute (https://surveillance.cancer.gov/devcan/).
Source: Incidence data are from the SEER 18 areas (San Francisco, Connecticut, Detroit, Hawaii, Iowa, New Mexico, Seattle, Utah, Atlanta, San Jose-Monterey, Los Angeles, Alaska Native Registry, Rural Georgia, California excluding SF/SJM/LA, Kentucky, Louisiana, New Jersey, and Georgia excluding ATL/RG). Mortality data are from the NCHS public use data file for the total US.
a Underlying incidence and mortality data for American Indian/Alaska Native are based on the CHSDA(Contract Health Service Delivery Area) counties.
b Hispanic is not mutually exclusive from whites, blacks, Asian/Pacific Islanders, and American Indians/Alaska Natives. Underlying incidence data for Hispanics are based on NHIA and exclude cases from the Alaska Native Registry.
- Statistic could not be calculated.
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