Deaths in US from Leading Cancers by Age Group

Deaths in US from Leading Cancers by Age Group

Table
Deaths in the United States from leading cancers by age group (in years)
* under 19 20 - 39 40 - 59 60 - 79 80+
Males
* leukemia:
465 non-Hodgkin
lymphoma:
800 lung and
bronchus:
15,606 lung and
bronchus:
60,721 prostate:
15,657
* brain and
nervous system:
300 leukemia:
686 colon and
rectum:
4,275 prostate:
17,773 lung and
bronchus:
14,892
* bones and
joints:
104 brain and
nervous system:
643 non-Hodgkin
lymphoma:
2,370 colon and
rectum:
16,306 colon and
rectum:
7,416
* endocrine:
102 lung and
bronchus:
563 pancreas:
2,347 pancreas:
7,715 urinary bladder:
2,752
* non-Hodgkin
lymphoma:
102 colon and
rectum:
399 brain and
nervous system:
1,949 non-Hodgkin
lymphoma:
6,012 leukemia:
2,725
Females
* leukemia:
305 breast:
1,764 breast:
12,202 lung and
bronchus:
37,426 colon and
rectum:
11,720
* brain and
nervous system:
220 uterine cervix:
637 lung and
bronchus:
9,937 breast:
20,083 lung and
bronchus:
11,463
* endocrine:
77 leukemia:
500 colon and
rectum:
3,297 colon and
rectum:
13,855 breast:
9,793
* bones and
joints:
70 lung and
bronchus:
467 ovary:
2,757 pancreas:
7,595 pancreas:
4,730
* soft tissue:
50 brain and
nervous system:
401 uterine cervix:
1,720 ovary:
7,237 non-Hodgkin
lymphoma:
3,501
Source: Vital Statistics of the United States, 1998.
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