List Of Cancer Mortality Rates In The United States
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Cancer mortality is determined by the complex relationship of lifestyle with people's health and their health system. During 2013–2017 in the United States, the age-adjusted death rate for all types of cancer was 189.5/100,000 for men and 135.7/100,000 for women. Below is an incomplete list of age-adjusted mortality rates for various types of cancer in the United States from the Surveillance, Epidemiology, and End Results Program.
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List of cancer mortality rates in the United States
|Type||Age Adjusted Mortality Rates (per 100,000 people) during 2013-2017|
|Liver cancer and bile duct cancer||6.6|
|Tracheal cancer (including other respiratory organs)||0.1|
|Bone cancer (including joint cancer)||0.5|
|Skin cancer (excluding basal and squamous)||3.4|
|Breast cancer (non-in situ)||11.3|
|Uterine cancer (cervix uteri)||1.2|
|Uterine cancer (corpus uteri)||1.2|
|Uterine cancer (not otherwise specified)||1.4|
|Renal cancer (kidney and renal pelvis cancer)||3.7|