U.S. Cancer Statistics Tools and Data
Cancer Statistics Tools
United States Cancer Statistics: Data Visualizations
The U. S. Cancer Statistics Data Visualizations tool provides information on the numbers and rates of new cancer cases and deaths at the national, state, and county levels. You can see the numbers by sex, age, race and ethnicity, trends over time, survival, and prevalence. Text explains what is shown on each chart and graph.
American Indian and Alaska Native Incidence Data
These data are restricted to populations residing in Indian Health Service purchased/referred care delivery areas. This results in more accurate cancer statistics for American Indian and Alaska Native populations. You can access the data through the U.S. Cancer Statistics Data Visualizations tool.
This online query system lets you see age-adjusted and crude cancer rates in tabs, maps, and charts. It includes data on adult and childhood cancers by geographic region.
State Cancer Profilesexternal icon
You can use State Cancer Profiles to view rates of new cancers at a county level, including a description of trends to see if rates are stable, falling, or rising in your area.
Environmental Public Health Tracking Network
This online data explorer is hosted by CDC’s National Center for Environmental Health and provides U.S. Cancer Statistics incidence data for a subset of cancer sites at state level (1-year counts and rates) and county level (5-year average rates and 5-year summed counts).
Chronic Disease Indicators
This query system provides chronic disease and risk factor indicators in a uniform way. You can access incidence and mortality rates for invasive cancers, all sites combined and by selected sites (such as female breast, prostate, and colorectal cancers).
This dashboard was created in partnership with CDC’s Environmental Public Health Tracking Program to help communities address their unique melanoma prevention needs. It provides state- and county-level data on melanoma incidence, melanoma mortality, and UV irradiance. It also provides information about state policies regarding minors’ access to indoor tanning devices and sunscreen use at schools.
Databases Available to Researchers
United States Cancer Statistics: Public Use Database
As a researcher, you can analyze population-based incidence data on the entire United States population with this public use database, which is available through SEER*Stat software.
United States Cancer Statistics: Restricted Access Data
This database includes variables that are not in the public use database, including county at diagnosis, site-specific factors, and prognostic measures. The database is available through CDC’s National Center for Health Statistics Research Data Center.