Younger Trenton New Jersey breasted women

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Related Links. Description of the Confidence Interval. It compares the county value of this indicator to the state overall value. Why Is This Important? In New Jersey, 7, women were diagnosed with breast cancer in Breast cancer is the most common cancer among women in the United States, other than skin cancer. It is the second leading cause of cancer death in American women, after lung cancer. Women with '''dense breasts''' have an increased risk proportionate to the degree of density.

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Among women with a '''family history of breast cancer''', risk is doubled if a single first-degree relative is affected and risk is increased fivefold if two first-degree relatives are diagnosed. The effect may be greatest for premenopausal women of normal or low body weight. How Are We Doing? Between andthe average age-adjusted breast cancer rate in females was During the same time period, the age-adjusted breast cancer rate for women age 50 and older decreased from The lifetime risk of developing breast cancer is 1 in 8 for women and 1 in for men.

What Is Being Done? Rates are for invasive cancer only except for bladder Younger Trenton New Jersey breasted women which is invasive and in situ or unless otherwise specified. of cases numerator is the total count of cases in five years. Definition: Incidence rate of invasive breast cancer in females for a defined population in a specified time interval.

Rates are age-adjusted to the U. Standard Population. Rates are perpopulation. Numerator: of new cases of breast cancer in females among a defined population in a specified time interval. The information published on this website may be reproduced without permission.

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Description of the Confidence Interval The confidence interval indicates the range of probable true values for Younger Trenton New Jersey breasted women level of risk in the community.

Younger Trenton New Jersey breasted women

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