Incidence rates decreased for six cancers among males between 2013 and 2017: lung and bronchus, larynx, urinary bladder, colon and rectum, stomach, and brain and ONS. However, incidence rates increased for five cancers: liver and intrahepatic bile duct, melanoma of the skin, kidney and renal pelvis, oral cavity and pharynx, and pancreas.

Incidence rates decreased for four cancers among females between 2013 and 2017: ovary, lung and bronchus, colon and rectum, urinary bladder, and brain and ONS. However, incidence rates increased for 8 of the 18 most common cancers: liver and intrahepatic bile duct, melanoma of the skin, corpus and uterus, myeloma, pancreas, kidney and renal pelvis, breast, and oral cavity and pharynx.

National Trends in Rates of New Cancer Cases.