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Table 4 Comparison of standardized average annual incidence rates of lymphoid leukemias per million children from cancer registries

From: Childhood acute leukemias are frequent in Mexico City: descriptive epidemiology

   Study Parameters   
Area Source of data Population Age range years
ye
Period SAAIRa
Mexico City Present Study Mexicans 0-14 2006-2007 49.5
USA SEERb [25] All races 0-14 2007 35.0
  CDCc (NPCR) [26] All races 0-14 2003-2007 37.0
   Hispanics 0-19 2003-2007 46.0
  ACSSRd [2] Hispanics 0-14 2002-2006 46.7
Texas TCRe [24] All races 0-14 1999-2008 41.4
California Wilkinson et al. [1] Hispanic 0-14 1988-1998 51.1
   non-Hispanic White 0-14 1988-1998 40.8
Florida Wilkinson et al. [1] Hispanic 0-14 1988-1998 49.2
   non-Hispanic White 0-14 1988-1998 37.1
Costa Rica Monge et al. [5] Costa Rican 0-14 1981-1996 43.1
El Salvador Mejía-Aranguré et al. [6] Salvadoran 0-11 1996-2000 34.2
Brazil (Sao Paulo) de Camargo B et al. [28] Brazilian 0-19 1998-2002 47.5
  1. a SAAIR: standardized average annual incidence rates; b SEER: Surveillance, Epidemiology and End Results Program in United States of America (nine areas: Atlanta, Detroit, San Francisco, Seattle, Connecticut, Hawaii, Iowa, New Mexico and Utah);c CDC (NPCR): Center for Disease Control, Division of Cancer Prevention and Control, National Program of Cancer Registries in USA; d ACSSR: American Cancer Society, Surveillance Research (13 SEER cancer registry areas: Atlanta, Detroit, Los Angeles, San Francisco, San Jose Monterey, Seattle, Alaska Native Tumor Registry, Connecticut, Georgia, Hawaii, Iowa, New Mexico, and Utah); e TCR: Texas Cancer Registry, Texas Department of State Health Services, Cancer Epidemiology and Surveillance Branch.