Table 30-A

Three-Year Age-Adjusted Invasive Cancer Incidence Rates
by Race, Sex and County
Michigan Residents, 2013-2015
County All Races White Black
Total Male Female Total Male Female Total Male Female
Michigan 446.5 ±2.1 484.4 ±3.1 421.1 ±2.9 441.5 ±2.3 473.8 ±3.3 421.2 ±3.2 467.7 ±6.3 538.2 ±10.2 419.3 ±8.0
Berrien 475.3 ±16.7 511.9 ±24.2 451.6 ±23.2 467.2 ±17.9 497.9 ±25.6 449.3 ±25.4 537.8 ±52.4 623.2 ±83.4 478.3 ±66.9
Calhoun 382.7 ±16.7 408.3 ±24.2 368.9 ±23.2 378.2 ±17.7 411.9 ±25.9 357.2 ±24.4 404.8 ±55.2 358.8 ±74.3 452.1 ±81.6
Genesee 495.3 ±10.8 533.8 ±16.1 470.8 ±14.7 491.9 ±12.0 515.7 ±17.5 480.6 ±16.8 436.2 ±24.0 507.4 ±38.9 383.5 ±30.3
Ingham 459.8 ±14.0 511.6 ±21.4 426.2 ±18.9 455.8 ±15.2 498.3 ±22.8 430.2 ±20.7 435.0 ±42.9 511.7 ±65.1 378.9 ±56.1
Jackson 476.1 ±16.8 540.6 ±25.2 426.9 ±22.9 470.7 ±17.4 527.3 ±25.9 428.5 ±23.8 553.1 ±79.7 704.3 ±123.6 403.5 ±100.9
Kalamazoo 396.1 ±13.1 428.6 ±19.5 375.6 ±17.8 394.6 ±13.8 427.4 ±20.6 374.5 ±18.9 380.8 ±45.5 415.9 ±68.7 349.3 ±60.4
Kent 427.1 ±8.8 446.0 ±13.1 418.1 ±12.2 422.5 ±9.3 435.8 ±13.7 418.4 ±13.0 431.0 ±32.5 471.7 ±51.2 407.9 ±42.5
Macomb 472.8 ±7.3 513.2 ±10.9 449.1 ±9.9 474.6 ±7.7 512.1 ±11.4 454.7 ±10.7 465.9 ±30.1 548.7 ±50.7 410.3 ±37.1
Muskegon 454.4 ±16.0 510.6 ±24.1 414.2 ±21.8 450.2 ±17.1 505.9 ±25.6 409.1 ±23.3 480.5 ±50.6 522.7 ±80.4 458.4 ±67.5
Oakland 472.1 ±6.1 517.8 ±9.3 442.3 ±8.3 482.4 ±6.9 524.4 ±10.2 456.2 ±9.5 443.8 ±16.4 504.3 ±27.0 404.2 ±20.6
Saginaw 453.9 ±14.7 490.4 ±21.7 429.0 ±20.2 447.2 ±16.1 484.3 ±23.5 423.2 ±22.4 468.5 ±38.3 496.9 ±59.4 441.8 ±50.1
Washtenaw 409.0 ±11.6 439.6 ±17.3 390.8 ±15.9 415.2 ±13.0 439.4 ±19.0 403.8 ±18.0 428.8 ±37.0 476.8 ±57.4 388.5 ±47.7
Wayne 496.9 ±5.4 557.5 ±8.4 456.0 ±7.1 502.1 ±7.0 547.6 ±10.5 474.5 ±9.6 495.7 ±8.9 583.8 ±14.8 436.2 ±11.1
 


Table 30-B

Three-Year Age-Adjusted Invasive Breast Cancer Incidence Rates
by Race, Sex and County
Michigan Residents, 2013-2015
County All Races White Black
Total Male Female Total Male Female Total Male Female
Michigan 65.3 ±0.8 1.5 ±0.2 122.1 ±1.6 64.2 ±0.9 1.5 ±0.2 121.2 ±1.8 72.7 ±2.6 2.1 ±0.7 126.7 ±4.5
Berrien 66.7 ±6.6 * 123.4 ±12.5 65.0 ±7.1 * 122.0 ±13.6 83.5 ±21.8 * 140.9 ±37.3
Calhoun 54.7 ±6.7 * 102.1 ±12.7 52.5 ±7.0 * 98.2 ±13.3 66.2 ±23.5 * 120.7 ±43.3
Genesee 73.7 ±4.4 * 135.0 ±8.1 73.0 ±4.9 * 135.4 ±9.2 60.0 ±9.5 * 104.5 ±16.6
Ingham 71.0 ±5.8 * 130.8 ±10.9 72.0 ±6.4 * 132.5 ±11.9 52.4 ±16.3 - 96.0 ±29.4
Jackson 59.9 ±6.2 * 115.8 ±12.2 60.5 ±6.4 * 115.5 ±12.6 * - *
Kalamazoo 60.3 ±5.4 * 111.2 ±10.2 59.5 ±5.7 * 110.4 ±10.8 61.7 ±19.6 * 110.4 ±35.8
Kent 70.3 ±3.7 * 131.4 ±7.0 70.9 ±4.0 * 133.0 ±7.6 70.1 ±13.2 - 125.8 ±23.7
Macomb 66.3 ±2.9 1.5 ±0.6 122.3 ±5.3 65.7 ±3.0 1.7 ±0.6 122.3 ±5.7 72.9 ±12.1 - 124.6 ±20.5
Muskegon 68.2 ±6.5 - 130.1 ±12.6 67.7 ±6.9 - 129.8 ±13.5 79.3 ±20.9 - 146.0 ±39.1
Oakland 75.5 ±2.6 2.5 ±0.7 138.6 ±4.8 74.7 ±2.8 2.5 ±0.8 139.3 ±5.4 86.3 ±7.5 * 142.7 ±12.6
Saginaw 67.4 ±6.0 * 123.6 ±11.2 65.0 ±6.5 * 120.8 ±12.4 80.3 ±16.1 * 139.8 ±28.2
Washtenaw 67.2 ±4.9 * 125.0 ±9.3 69.4 ±5.5 * 130.0 ±10.5 63.5 ±15.3 - 115.0 ±27.3
Wayne 71.9 ±2.2 1.4 ±0.4 130.2 ±4.0 71.0 ±2.8 * 133.2 ±5.3 74.4 ±3.6 * 127.4 ±6.3
 


 
Table 30-C

Three-Year Age-Adjusted Invasive Colorectal Cancer Incidence Rates
by Race, Sex and County
Michigan Residents, 2013-2015
County All Races White Black
Total Male Female Total Male Female Total Male Female
Michigan 38.8 ±0.6 43.1 ±1.0 35.2 ±0.8 37.3 ±0.7 41.2 ±1.0 34.1 ±0.9 48.1 ±2.1 55.9 ±3.5 42.3 ±2.6
Berrien 45.2 ±5.2 46.1 ±7.7 44.6 ±7.2 42.9 ±5.5 46.4 ±8.3 40.0 ±7.3 60.6 ±18.7 * 74.8 ±27.6
Calhoun 32.7 ±5.0 32.9 ±7.0 32.6 ±7.0 30.0 ±5.0 33.5 ±7.5 27.1 ±6.6 56.6 ±22.4 * 89.1 ±39.4
Genesee 41.0 ±3.2 47.0 ±5.1 35.8 ±4.0 41.1 ±3.6 45.7 ±5.5 37.2 ±4.6 39.1 ±7.7 50.8 ±13.6 29.6 ±8.6
Ingham 39.7 ±4.2 49.7 ±7.0 31.5 ±5.0 38.2 ±4.5 49.0 ±7.7 29.2 ±5.2 46.2 ±13.9 59.3 ±21.8 *
Jackson 41.9 ±5.1 43.5 ±7.2 41.3 ±7.2 42.0 ±5.3 43.8 ±7.5 41.3 ±7.4 * * *
Kalamazoo 31.8 ±3.7 31.7 ±5.3 32.1 ±5.2 31.5 ±3.9 31.6 ±5.6 31.8 ±5.5 32.4 ±14.1 * *
Kent 36.1 ±2.6 39.5 ±4.1 33.3 ±3.5 36.1 ±2.8 39.3 ±4.3 33.5 ±3.7 33.0 ±8.9 41.2 ±15.4 27.9 ±10.9
Macomb 39.5 ±2.1 45.3 ±3.3 35.1 ±2.7 38.6 ±2.2 43.6 ±3.4 35.0 ±2.9 46.0 ±9.4 53.3 ±14.8 39.6 ±11.9
Muskegon 35.4 ±4.6 40.9 ±7.3 30.1 ±5.9 34.5 ±4.9 41.1 ±7.8 28.2 ±6.0 40.9 ±15.8 * *
Oakland 37.4 ±1.7 42.0 ±2.7 34.0 ±2.3 37.3 ±1.9 40.9 ±3.0 34.7 ±2.6 40.3 ±5.1 51.0 ±9.0 33.3 ±6.1
Saginaw 40.3 ±4.5 45.2 ±6.9 35.9 ±5.9 39.1 ±4.9 43.9 ±7.4 34.9 ±6.4 43.5 ±12.3 52.8 ±20.6 35.6 ±14.9
Washtenaw 31.5 ±3.3 38.7 ±5.2 26.1 ±4.1 30.1 ±3.5 37.5 ±5.6 24.4 ±4.5 42.0 ±12.1 41.0 ±19.5 41.3 ±15.4
Wayne 46.9 ±1.7 53.0 ±2.7 41.9 ±2.1 42.5 ±2.1 46.6 ±3.2 38.9 ±2.7 54.6 ±3.0 65.9 ±5.2 46.8 ±3.7
 


Table 30-D

Three-Year Age-Adjusted Invasive Lung Cancer Incidence Rates
by Race, Sex and County
Michigan Residents, 2013-2015
County All Races White Black
Total Male Female Total Male Female Total Male Female
Michigan 64.1 ±0.8 73.0 ±1.2 57.4 ±1.0 63.1 ±0.9 71.1 ±1.3 57.2 ±1.1 72.1 ±2.6 90.4 ±4.5 59.6 ±3.0
Berrien 70.9 ±6.3 78.7 ±9.5 65.7 ±8.5 69.9 ±6.7 76.2 ±10.0 65.9 ±9.1 86.2 ±22.0 117.5 ±37.5 63.2 ±26.1
Calhoun 66.3 ±6.9 79.5 ±10.8 56.6 ±8.8 67.3 ±7.4 80.3 ±11.5 57.7 ±9.6 60.5 ±21.5 * *
Genesee 76.6 ±4.2 90.6 ±6.8 66.6 ±5.3 75.3 ±4.6 89.5 ±7.4 64.9 ±5.9 83.6 ±10.3 95.9 ±17.0 75.2 ±12.9
Ingham 56.0 ±5.0 68.3 ±8.3 47.4 ±6.3 55.3 ±5.4 66.7 ±8.8 47.3 ±6.8 53.9 ±15.7 75.5 ±27.4 *
Jackson 84.0 ±7.1 88.5 ±10.5 81.7 ±9.9 83.2 ±7.3 86.6 ±10.8 81.7 ±10.2 102.9 ±36.8 * *
Kalamazoo 53.3 ±4.9 56.5 ±7.5 50.9 ±6.4 53.5 ±5.1 56.2 ±7.9 51.4 ±6.7 59.5 ±18.5 72.5 ±30.6 *
Kent 54.2 ±3.2 62.6 ±5.1 48.1 ±4.1 52.3 ±3.3 60.9 ±5.3 45.9 ±4.2 78.6 ±15.0 101.0 ±25.9 67.0 ±18.4
Macomb 73.9 ±2.9 82.2 ±4.6 68.4 ±3.8 74.8 ±3.0 82.6 ±4.8 69.7 ±4.0 65.6 ±12.3 84.2 ±21.4 53.2 ±14.5
Muskegon 72.0 ±6.4 87.5 ±10.3 60.6 ±8.2 70.3 ±6.7 86.2 ±10.7 58.3 ±8.5 88.0 ±22.8 103.9 ±38.6 79.3 ±28.8
Oakland 57.3 ±2.2 64.4 ±3.4 52.3 ±2.8 58.7 ±2.4 65.0 ±3.7 54.5 ±3.2 56.8 ±5.9 67.0 ±10.1 49.1 ±7.1
Saginaw 65.9 ±5.5 74.6 ±8.5 58.9 ±7.3 63.3 ±5.9 69.1 ±8.8 58.8 ±7.9 75.0 ±16.1 97.7 ±27.8 56.8 ±18.6
Washtenaw 45.4 ±4.0 49.1 ±6.1 42.5 ±5.2 44.4 ±4.3 45.2 ±6.4 43.9 ±5.9 56.4 ±13.4 79.8 ±24.1 38.0 ±13.9
Wayne 74.8 ±2.1 88.2 ±3.5 65.4 ±2.7 74.6 ±2.7 84.2 ±4.3 67.8 ±3.6 76.8 ±3.6 98.5 ±6.5 62.5 ±4.2
 


 
Table 30-E

Three-Year Age-Adjusted Invasive Prostate Cancer Incidence Rates
by Race, Sex and County
Michigan Residents, 2013-2015
County All Races White Black
Total Male Female Total Male Female Total Male Female
Michigan 48.4 ±0.7 104.5 ±1.5 - 44.6 ±0.7 95.4 ±1.5 - 67.7 ±2.4 158.2 ±5.7 -
Berrien 56.3 ±5.6 121.5 ±11.9 - 49.4 ±5.6 106.2 ±11.7 - 103.7 ±23.9 239.9 ±54.4 -
Calhoun 29.1 ±4.5 63.2 ±9.5 - 26.6 ±4.5 57.6 ±9.7 - 54.8 ±20.2 122.5 ±44.6 -
Genesee 52.9 ±3.5 117.1 ±7.7 - 43.6 ±3.5 95.0 ±7.7 - 59.5 ±9.0 137.8 ±20.7 -
Ingham 58.3 ±5.0 129.8 ±10.9 - 52.7 ±5.1 117.5 ±11.1 - 79.5 ±17.7 177.3 ±38.2 -
Jackson 49.6 ±5.4 105.6 ±11.2 - 46.4 ±5.4 99.7 ±11.3 - 98.7 ±32.8 194.7 ±62.6 -
Kalamazoo 40.0 ±4.1 88.2 ±8.9 - 38.0 ±4.2 83.7 ±9.1 - 64.4 ±19.4 139.7 ±41.0 -
Kent 42.0 ±2.8 90.7 ±6.1 - 38.3 ±2.8 82.5 ±6.1 - 45.3 ±10.4 99.4 ±22.8 -
Macomb 47.8 ±2.3 105.3 ±5.1 - 45.9 ±2.4 100.8 ±5.2 - 69.5 ±11.7 167.8 ±28.3 -
Muskegon 53.7 ±5.5 115.0 ±11.6 - 50.7 ±5.7 107.9 ±11.9 - 73.0 ±20.4 164.5 ±46.9 -
Oakland 54.7 ±2.1 119.9 ±4.5 - 52.1 ±2.3 112.5 ±4.8 - 70.7 ±6.6 175.3 ±16.2 -
Saginaw 51.2 ±4.9 112.2 ±10.6 - 48.7 ±5.2 105.8 ±11.2 - 62.8 ±14.2 143.3 ±32.2 -
Washtenaw 46.7 ±4.0 101.9 ±8.5 - 43.8 ±4.2 95.2 ±9.1 - 77.6 ±15.5 176.2 ±34.4 -
Wayne 59.7 ±1.9 134.0 ±4.3 - 53.5 ±2.3 116.7 ±5.0 - 69.1 ±3.4 164.4 ±8.1 -
 



Notes: Age-Adjusted Rates are per 100,000 population. Age-adjusted rates are computed by the direct method, using as the standard population the age distribution of the total population of the United States for the year 2000. Adding and subtracting the number shown after the ± symbol from the rate creates a confidence interval indicating that the true rate lies between the lower and upper bounds of this interval with 95 % statistical confidence. Case: A case is defined as a person with any newly diagnosed cancer with a behavior code of 3 (malignant primary site). Both in-situ and invasive urinary bladder cancer cases are included, in order to be consistent with SEER tabulations from the National Cancer Institute.

Includes all Michigan counties with 10,000 or more resident black population.

*: A rate is not calculated when there are fewer than 20 events, because the width of the confidence interval would negate any usefulness for comparative purposes.

-: A dash indicates quantity zero.
Source: Michigan Resident Cancer Incidence File. Updated with cases processed through November 30, 2017. Division for Vital Records & Health Statistics, Michigan Department of Health & Human Services.
Last Updated: October 31, 2018