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2011 Community Cancer Report

The American Cancer Society has estimated that approximately 1 of every 2 males and 1 of every 3 females will develop invasive cancer in his or her lifetime.

With those figures in mind, we have created, for the first time in our history, a comprehensive countywide cancer report which describes differences in the cancer burden across many different levels including gender, race and geography.  This 600-page report compares the amount of cancer in our county with statewide and nationwide levels using 24 established cancer types.

Note: Due to the size of the report, it is divided here into the four sections listed below.

Section 1: Introduction and Highlights

Section 2: Specific Cancer Types/Sites

Click below to access information for a specific cancer site/type:

All types of cancer Hodgkin's Lymphoma Non-Hodgkin's Lymphoma
Bladder Cancer Kidney & Renal Pelvis Cancer Oral Cavity and Pharynx Cancer
Brain & Other Central Nervous System Cancer
Larynx Cancer Ovarian Cancer
Breast Cancer
Leukemia Pancreatic Cancer
Cervical Cancer Liver & Intrahepatic Bile Duct Cancer Prostate Cancer
Colon/Rectum Cancer Lung and Bronchus Cancer Stomach Cancer
Corpus Uterus Cancer Melanoma of the Skin Testicular Cancer
Esophagus Cancer Multiple Myeloma Thyroid Cancer


Section 3: Community Specific Information

Click below to access cancer information for your community:

Section 4: Methods and Technical Appendices

Contact Information

Becky Gawelek
Program Manager/Researcher
216-201-2000 ext. 1607
bgawelek@ccbh.net