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Table 7 Sensitivity analysis: estimates of Aboriginal cancer incidence, NSW 1999-2007, assuming 1-5% of all cancers with missing Aboriginal status are Aboriginal

From: Estimates of cancer incidence, mortality and survival in aboriginal people from NSW, Australia

Proportion (%) missing assumed to be Aboriginal Cases Incidence1 per 100,000 (95%CI) SIR (95% CI) Risk to age 75, 1 in:
Persons     
0 2,318 493.4 (469.8-517.6) 0.95 (0.92-0.99) 3.3
1 2,700 587.7 (561.7-614.4) 1.11 (1.07-1.15) 2.9
2 3,083 678.6 (650.5-707.5) 1.27 (1.22-1.31) 2.6
3 3,466 771.6 (741.6-802.5) 1.43 (1.38-1.47) 2.4
4 3,849 864.5 (832.6-897.3) 1.58 (1.53-1.63) 2.2
5 4,232 955.3 (921.6-989.8) 1.74 (1.69-1.79) 2.1
Males     
0 1,201 595.2 (554.1-638.1) 0.97 (0.91-1.02) 2.9
1 1,437 734.7 (688.4-782.8) 1.16 (1.10-1.22) 2.5
2 1,649 861.6 (811.0-914.1) 1.33 (1.27-1.39) 2.2
3 1,888 1,000 (945.7-1,057) 1.52 (1.45-1.59) 2.0
4 2,106 1,130 (1,072-1,191) 1.70 (1.63-1.77) 1.9
5 2,335 1,261 (1,199-1,325) 1.88 (1.81-1.96) 1.7
Females     
0 1,117 419.7 (391.8-448.8) 0.95 (0.89-1.00) 3.8
1 1,263 481.3 (451.3-512.7) 1.07 (1.01-1.13) 3.4
2 1,434 546.9 (514.8-580.4) 1.21 (1.15-1.28) 3.1
3 1,578 606.0 (572.1-641.3) 1.34 (1.27-1.40) 2.9
4 1,743 672.8 (636.9-710.1) 1.48 (1.41-1.55) 2.7
5 1,897 735.0 (697.4-774.0) 1.61 (1.53-1.68) 2.5
  1. 1Directly age-standardised to 2001 Australian census population.