Invasive Colorectal Cancer
Incidence & Mortality Trends
Marquette County, Michigan Residents,1985-2014
Year of
Diagnosis
or Death
Cases Diagnosed Deaths
Number Age-Adjusted
Rate
Michigan
Rate
Number Age-Adjusted
Rate
Michigan
Rate
2014 --- ---   ---   5   *   14.6  
2013 26   31.1  ±12.2 38.4   11   *   14.9  
2012 30   36.5  ±13.4 39.8   8   *   14.6  
2011 31   40.4  ±14.6 40.9   8   *   15.7  
2010 24   30.9  ±11.9 42.8   4   *   15.9  
2009 16   *   44.7   16   *   16.4  
2008 43   53.1  ±14.6 45.9   14   *   16.6  
2007 37   47.9  ±15.0 49.3   10   *   16.8  
2006 23   30.6  ±12.2 50.8   10   *   17.8  
2005 38   52.3  ±15.9 51.5   12   *   18.5  
2004 35   47.7  ±15.2 51.6   11   *   18.3  
2003 23   32.4  ±12.8 55.3   11   *   18.9  
2002 31   44.3  ±15.0 56.4   12   *   19.4  
2001 47   66.4  ±17.9 56.2   14   *   19.3  
2000 43   61.5  ±16.3 55.9   12   *   20.2  
1999 32   46.4  ±15.2 56.8   9   *   21.4  
1998 35   51.6  ±16.5 60.9   10   *   21.3  
1997 23   34.5  ±13.4 58.2   11   *   21.7  
1996 32   49.9  ±15.8 58.1   7   *   22.1  
1995 28   41.8  ±15.4 56.7   13   *   22.6  
1994 35   53.1  ±17.2 58.2   7   *   23.0  
1993 29   46.1  ±14.6 59.2   20   33.1  ±11.3 23.1  
1992 50   78.7  ±20.6 63.3   15   *   23.6  
1991 42   66.2  ±19.1 65.8   15   *   25.3  
1990 51   81.8  ±21.6 64.7   13   *   24.6  
1989 45   75.7  ±21.2 67.0   14   *   25.4  
1988 42   72.4  ±19.2 62.6   8   *   24.4  
1987 48   85.3  ±22.6 64.3   10   *   23.9  
1986 43   77.9  ±21.9 64.0   12   *   24.9  
1985 46   81.3  ±21.7 66.1   16   *   27.0  
         

 

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. Underlying causes of death for 1985-1998 were classified in accordance with the Ninth Revision of the International Classification of Diseases (ICD-9). Beginning with 1999, causes of death were classified using ICD-10. Because the comparability between classifications for cancer deaths is high, the change should have little or no impact on comparisons of mortality statistics over time.

* : 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.

---: Not available.
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 national tabulations from the National Cancer Institute.
Source of Michigan Cases Diagnosed: Michigan Resident Cancer Incidence File. Updated with cases processed through November 30, 2015. Division for Vital Records & Health Statistics, Michigan Department of Health & Human Services.
Source of Michigan Death Data: 1985 - 2014 Michigan Resident Death Files, Division for Vital Records & Health Statistics, Michigan Department of Health & Human Services.
Source of National CDC Data: U.S. Cancer Statistics Working Group. United States Cancer Statistics: 1999 - 2013 Incidence and Mortality Web-based Report. Atlanta : U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and National Cancer Institute; 2016. Available at: www.cdc.gov/uscs.
Last Updated: November 1, 2016