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Table 1 Population at risk of children served by IMSS and assigned a family doctor in ten jurisdictions of the Mexican Republic during the study periods

From: Incidence of cancer in children residing in ten jurisdictions of the Mexican Republic: importance of the Cancer registry (a population-based study)

   Age group (years) Sex
Jurisdictions Periods <1 1 – 4 5 – 9 10 – 14 0 – 14 Male Female
Chiapas 1996–2002 36 291 186 336 272 335 248 197 743 159 375 498 367 661
México City " 375 761 1 597 012 2 049 305 1 907 323 5 929 401 3 024 225 2 905 176
Guerrero " 38 352 206 442 282 347 221 690 748 831 378 945 369 886
México State " 463 520 1 962 182 2 538 935 2 298 797 7 263 434 3 693 756 3 569 678
Morelos " 38 281 218 981 284 204 249 268 790 734 404 759 385 975
Jalisco 1998–2000 138 929 656 340 799 563 718 287 2 313 119 1 180 648 1 132 471
Nuevo León " 129 612 522 439 592 491 490 141 1 734 683 885 697 848 986
Puebla " 36 580 219 003 281 628 244 852 782 063 397 323 384 740
Veracruz " 48 841 282 157 400 989 378 902 1 110 889 566 340 544 549
Yucatán " 27 506 149 060 181 721 154 519 512 806 261 102 251 704
  1. Source: Coordinación de Atención Médica. Estructura de Población Adscrita a Médico Familiar, 1996–2002. Instituto Mexicano del Seguro Social, México (Reference 18).