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Incidence of Breast Cancer 1996 - 2000
in New York State


Data compiled by the NYS Department of Health and the NYS Cancer Registry.

Note: As of the 1995 - 1999 maps, the New York State Department of Health began to use the year 2000 US population standard. Previous maps used the census data from 1970.

1996 - 2000
in New York State

County

Incidence per 100K

Albany 135.4
Allegany 127.4
Broome 136.7
Cattaragus 116.3
Cayuga 129.1
Chautauqua 145.2
Chemung 118
Chenango 143.2
Clinton 124.1
Columbia 119.1
Cortland 112
Delaware 106.1
Dutchess 136.3
Erie 133.6
Essex 119.8
Franklin 141.7
Fulton 145.2
Genesee 131.8
Greene 129.7
Hamilton 129.2
Herkimer 136.4
Jefferson 128
Lewis 116.4
Livingston 142.1
Madison 130.4
Monroe 151.8
Montgomery 126.6
Nassau 144.2
Niagara 127.5
Oneida 141.4
Onondaga 132.1
Ontario 147.1

County

Incidence per 100K

Orange 135
Orleans 136.3
Oswego 131.6
Otsego 140
Putnam 111.1
Rensselaer 142.1
Rockland 145.6
St. Lawrence 135.9
Saratoga 146.9
Schenectady 139.1
Schoharie 111.1
Schuyler 118.7
Seneca 116.5
Steuben 122.8
Suffolk 148.4
Sullivan 128.9
Tioga 104.7
Tompkins 128.7
Ulster 132.8
Warren 129.5
Washington 130.5
Wayne 141.4
Westchester 138.3
Wyoming 134.3
Yates 132.6
NYC (Bronx) 106
NYC (Kings) 117.6
NYC (Manhattan) 138.6
NYC (Queens) 119.1
NYC (Staten Island) 136.9

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