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Table 1 Frequency of Colorectal Cancer Cases Diagnosed in Hawaii from 1960–2000.

From: Time dependent ethnic convergence in colorectal cancer survival in hawaii

ETHNICITY Caucasian Japanese Hawaiian Filipino Chinese TOTAL
COHORT 1 2 3 1 2 3 1 2 3 1 2 3 1 2 3 1 2 3
STAGE                   
   local 318 588 994 403 901 1668 59 178 299 90 246 440 79 171 299 949 2084 3700
   regional 338 671 712 500 945 1210 57 143 279 116 236 334 97 167 191 1108 2162 2726
   distant 240 324 360 208 390 453 58 102 153 83 139 146 59 86 69 648 1041 1181
   missing 78 122 168 62 68 106 11 14 37 12 34 60 11 20 22 174 258 393
AGE                   
   < 65 545 649 804 600 1033 1026 107 256 417 153 227 359 121 153 154 1526 2318 2760
   ≥ 65 429 1056 1430 573 1271 2411 78 181 351 148 428 621 125 291 427 1353 3227 5240
SEX                   
   male 488 935 1299 669 1392 1985 99 266 427 259 495 637 153 248 299 1668 3336 4647
   female 486 770 935 504 912 1452 86 171 341 42 160 343 93 196 282 1211 2209 3353
DEATH                   
   cr cancer 331 567 506 422 859 775 93 182 246 142 251 234 99 161 124 1087 2020 1885
   other 537 810 636 607 839 764 82 167 156 129 284 248 122 196 127 1477 2296 1931
   censored 106 328 1092 144 606 1898 10 88 366 30 120 498 25 87 330 315 1229 4184
TOTAL 974 1705 2234 1173 2304 3437 185 437 768 301 655 980 246 444 581 2879 5545 8000
  1. Notes. Cohort relates years of diagnosis, where cohort 1 is 1960–1974, cohort 2 is 1975–1987, and cohort 3 is 1988–2000. Death relates cause of death information, where cr cancer indicates colorectal cancer, other indicates any other cause, and censored indicates alive or missing. Stage is SEER staging.