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Expected Cancer Cases and Deaths

Expected Cancer Cases Cases and Deaths

The Texas Cancer Registry (TCR) calculates expected numbers of new cancer cases and deaths for the upcoming/current year. These estimates are calculated by applying age-, race-, and sex-specific incidence and mortality rates to the corresponding projected population for a given year. The expected numbers of new cancer cases and deaths for the most common cancer sites are available for Texas statewide, each of the eleven Public Health Regions (PHR), each of the 25 Metropolitan Statistical Areas (MSA), and for counties with with at least 100,000 population. TCR also calculates statewide expected new cases and deaths for childhood and adolescent cancer as well as adolescent and young adult (AYA) cancer. Please note that the sum of male and female expected numbers may not always equal the total numbers due to rounding.

Statewide

Public Health Region

Each Public Health Region (PHR) is listed on a separate tab in the spreadsheet.  

Metropolitan Statistical Area

Each Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA) is listed on a separate tab in the spreadsheet (new for 2021).

County

Available for counties with at least 100,000 population; each county is listed on a separate tab in the spreadsheet.

Childhood and Adolescent Cancer

Statewide expected cases and deaths among those age 0-19 years (see Childhood and Adolescent Cancer for more information).

Adolescent and Young Adult Cancer

Statewide expected cases and deaths among those age 15-39 years (see Adolescent and Young Adult (AYA) Cancer for more information).


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Last updated December 1, 2021